2000 studio album by . Immortal Records is an imprint record label an independent record label/imprint based in Los Angeles, California. Founded in 1994 by Amanda Scheer Demme and Happy Walters, the company had helped launched the careers of such influential acts as Korn, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Incubus over the years; the label had released soundtracks, including Judgment Night, Blade II, Masters of Horror.
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Crush was a California punk band, formed in 1997 after frontman Denny Lake's former project Atomic Boy split up. The band also featured Hodgie Haynes, Dave Hanson (both on guitar), Ky Lambert (bass) and Dennis Wolfe (drums). The Hollywood Reporter described them as "a more catchy and melodic brand of punk, blending neo-Sex Pistols riffs with touches of power pop, British Invasion and good old rock 'n' roll". It would not be until three years after forming that . Crush saw its first piece of moderate success in its major label debut album, .
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Crush is the sole album by the American punk rock band, . It was released April 11, 2000, on Immortal Records/Virgin Records.
About a year after its release, the group parted ways with Immortal/Virgin. After a break in 2001, . Crush headed back into the studio in 2002 for their second album, and recorded several songs including "White Trash Girlfriend", "Enemy" and "Girls With Guitars", and shopped them around to labels but nobody was interested. However, some demos of the songs for the second album can be heard on the now-rare EP 2002 Rock. Crush played a few surprise shows in late 2002/early 2003 to attempt again to catch a label's interest but they were unsuccessful.
The album had some great drum work, rippin' guitars and harmonies (what a concept!). Not a lot of bands at the time decided harmony was anything of importance or worth doing well. US Crush did it and did it well. Every song on here, I think, is great. Well, "You Wanna Be A Star" was just alright, but everything else, just great musically, lyrically, and vocally. Denny Lake really has a great scream. Not overdone, not too little, and never forced. I don’t know what happened to these guys. But this album was great.
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