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764-Hero

Passionate, heart-wrenching lyrics combined with an understated guitar/bass/drum sound describe 764-Hero, the emo-core trio from Seattle, Washington. Initially formed as a duo in 1995, the band started out with John Atkins on guitars, keyboard, and lead vocals and Polly Johnson-Dickinson on drums and percussion. Atkins and Johnson-Dickinson had met while playing in other Seattle-area bands, Atkins in Hush Harbor and Johnson-Dickinson in Bell Jar. The band remained nameless until its first show, when a friend suggested the name 764-Hero, which is the phone number for carpool lane violators in Washington. They released their debut album, Salt Sinks & Sugar Floats, in 1996, which, along with their powerful live performances, won them a nation-wide following. Needing a bassist for a live radio broadcast in 1998, the duo contacted Red Stars Theory's James Bertram; the resulting session turned out so well that he was added as a full-time member in time for recording that year's Get Here and Stay. Extensive tours and Whenever You See Fit, a split EP with Modest Mouse, followed. By 1999 764-Hero was back in the studio working on their third album Weekends of Sound, which was released in mid-2000. The album had a good enough reception to keep them going, although they lost James Bertram in the following months. By 2002, they had another record ready to go, this one entitled Nobody Knows This Is Everywhere. ~ Tracy Frey, Rovi
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jason.harsha
Weekends of Sound was amazing.
Never heard of them til now. They're excellent
I think they're name is funny and think of all the free publicity! Every day. I hope they are still making music. Unlikely since 2002 last release shown.
Currently, the Bio states that 'Weekends... " was released just before Bertram left the band. To my knowledge, I've not heard anything from this one but I'm now on the lookout.
Agree with K*Matt...Wee k e n d s of Sound is one of my all-time favorite albums by anybody!
underwood_no i s e l e s s
Not mentioned in the article or discography is the Weekends of Sound LP, which is possibly their best album.
chwoodiv
why is this emo? cuz the singer sounds like he is gonna cry?

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