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Bouncing Souls Background Information
Hailing from New Brunswick, New Jersey, The Bouncing Souls formed in 1987. By 1994 they had formed Chunksaah Records, and soon followed with their debut full-length album, The Good, The Bad & The Argyle. The record was a collection of their previous EP’s and the sound was an homage to 80’s new wave. In 1996 they released their second album, Maniacal Laughter. The band got the attention of Epitaph Records when they went on tour with Youth Brigade and later signed on with them in 1997 also releasing their self-titled third album. The album had a new sound, moving from less lo-fi to a more produced feel. In 1999, they released Hopeless Romantic, noted for its well-written lyrics and fast punk style. Despite the good reviews, the band lost their drummer, Shal Khichi, who was replaced by Michael McDermott. The album, How I Spent My Summer Vacation, had the band touring with more esteemed punk bands such as Hot Water Music. 2002 brought a B-sides album and an album split with Anti-Flag. On 6/6/06, their seventh album, The Gold Record, was released along with hopping on the Warped Tour, which they did again in 2008.