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Because the drummer for emo punk-pop band Coheed & Cambria, Joshua Eppard had longed for the chance expressing himself lyrically, not really through singing but rapping. Coheed’s record label, Equivalent Vision, took an opportunity and provided him his very own imprint to patch together the rap task that he previously been concocting and fooling around with since his pre-teens, Weerd Research. By using producers Sick (Danny Illchuk) and Wavis (Dave Parker), he continuously done the materials whenever he returned from touring with Coheed. Those periods culminated within the quirky, nerd-avenging record Friends and Anxious Breakdowns, that was released in March 2005 by himself Super Rap Information.

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Full Name Josh Eppard
Profession Drummer, Rapper
Nationality American
Siblings Joey Eppard
Music Groups Coheed and Cambria, Terrible Things, 3
Music Songs Welcome Home, A Favor House Atlantic, Blood Red Summer, Dark Side of Me, The Suffering, The Running Free, 10 Smack Commandments, God Bless Pepsi, Asylum in Skin, Ten Speed, Here to Mars, In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3, Unlovable Loser, Delirium Trigger, The Crowing, Here We Are Juggernaut, Devil in Jersey City, You Got Spirit, Kid, Girl, Your Baby's Worm Food, Feathers, Time Consumer, Joshua, They're Laughing At You, 21:13, Ordinary Joe, Three Evils, The Light & the Glass, The Hard Sell, In A City With No Name, Mother Superior, Your Shovel, Key Entity Extraction I: Domino the Destitute, The Voices on Prince St.
Albums Friends and Nervous Breakdowns, Red Light Juliet, In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3, The Second Stage Turbine Blade, Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV, Volume One: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness, The Afterman: Ascension, The Color Before the Sun, The Afterman: Descension, Live at the Starland Ballroom, Terrible Things, Sick Kids, The Afterman (Live Edition), Live at the Avalon, Red Light Juliet Broadcast 3: The Seer, Red Light Juliet Broadcast 2: Steady Straight Lights / Sudden Dark Turns, The Essential Coheed & Cambria

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