SNUB: THE SECRET HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN DEVICES (THE BAND THAT NEVER "WAS")
SNUB began in the late nineties when DEVICES members Rick Trembles & Robert Labelle decided it'd be interesting to chronicle their 20-plus year history playing music in various Montreal bands (AMERICAN DEVICES since 1980) beginning with the first wave of punk rock & ending in the present. Rick & Rob determined to go off on their own & write separate reminiscences so they could compare notes at a later date & see what kind of embellishments, omissions & historical rewrites would result from each others' selective memories. With SNUBDOM.COM, THE AMERICAN DEVICES present the first 2 installments of this experiment.
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(Click on image to see larger version) Drugstore cowboy Dave "The Hose" Rosenberg of 364 band THE CHROMOSOMES died of a heroin overdose in 1988. Their logo consisted of a bat impaled with a hypodermic needle (which Dave wore as a tattoo). They wrote songs about prison life among other things.
L: Another 364 band The 222's "I Love Suzan" seven inch (1978). R: Seventies punk venue 364 St-Paul today.
THE ELECTRIC VOMIT'S Rabid Roy Random moved to Arizona to study archeology.