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Staggered Crossing - аккорды, тексты

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Staggered Crossing - аккорды, тексты

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Staggered Crossing, sometimes nicknamed StagX, are a Canadian roots rock band formed in 1997 in Toronto.

The original group was formed in 1996 in Toronto by four high school friends, Julian Taylor (JT), David E.G. Marshall, Dan Black and Jeremy Elliott. The group quickly gained a local following in North Toronto due to their frequent performances. Later in 1996 they recorded their first EP with Toronto musician and producer, Darrell O'Dea.

David Marshall left in 1997 to attend university in Montreal, leaving the group without a lead guitarist. They added their producer, Darrell O'Dea, and guitarist Bruce Adamson to the line-up. They became one of the local Toronto scene's fixture bands, playing Lee's Palace, the Horseshoe Tavern, Reverb, the El Mocambo and many other venues on a regular basis.

After hearing the group's first EP, producer and publisher

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Дискография [+]

Альбомы и синглы:

  • Burgundy & Blue [альбом]
  • Last Summer When We Were Famous [альбом]
  • Staggered Crossing [2001, альбом]
Название Материалы
A Million Works Of Art
Burgundy & Blue
Business As Usual
By The Grace Of God
Catch A Fever
Crazy People
Dancing In The Mist Of The Night
Don't Cry For Me
Don't Get Me Started
Further Again
Heart attack that s a drag
I Can't Whistle
I Might Be Gone
In The Trees At Night
Letters To A Young Girl
Living On 45
Millions Works Of Art
My Disease
Next Of Kin
Nuclear Winter (Next To You)
Old Man Sittin' By The Fire
Perfect Prize
San Francisco
Save Me Tonight
The Riff (I Can't Taste It)
Trail Of Broken Hearts
Under Circumstances Like These
When The Morning Comes

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