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I Used To - Pinhead Gunpowder - Carry The Banner (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ I Used To - Pinhead Gunpowder - Carry The Banner (CD, Album)

  1. Not a bad mini-LP from Pinhead Gunpowder-- same energetic, street-smart pop-punk, same dual vocals by Bill Schneider and Billie Joe Armstrong ().But in comparison to their CD compilation Jump Salty, Armstrong seems to be taking over more microphone duties, making this project sound more like his better-known other band. That, and Carry the Banner just isn't quite as catchy as their previous 6/
  2. Pinhead Gunpowder is an East Bay punk rock band consisting of Aaron Cometbus (drums, lyrics), Bill Schneider (bass), Billie Joe Armstrong (guitar, vocals) and Jason White (guitar, vocals). Mike Kirsch (guitar, vocals) of Fuel (think Monuments to Excess) was in the band when they first formed in , but eventually left, citing personal differences with Green Day (the band for which Billie Joe.
  3. 11 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Pinhead Gunpowder - Carry /5(50).
  4. According to the band's recount of the making of "Carry the Banner" everything was going wrong, but that didn't stop them from releasing yet another great CD. This nine song album is done by Aaron, Billie, Jason and Bill. We get a wider variety on vocals on this release, even Bill /5(6).
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  8. Carry the Banner is the third EP by the Berkeley, California -based punk rock band Pinhead Gunpowder. Originally released on 10" vinyl in December through Too Many Records, the EP was reissued on CD by Lookout Records shortly after as the initial vinyl pressing sold out quickly.

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