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Left Alone

A hard-working punk band from Wilmington, CA, Left Alone were formed by leader Elvis Cortez (guitar/vocals) and played their first keg party in 1996. Combining his love of punk, ska, the Clash, Rancid, and Elvis Costello, Cortez was loyal to the D.I.Y. attitude from the very beginning and formed his own label, Smelvis, to release his band's music. Numerous EPs and singles were issued, and while the band's following slowly grew, a rotating lineup stalled their momentum. In 2003, things started falling into place. Smelvis rounded up the band's hard to find recordings for the Left Alone: 1996-2000 compilation, while Cortez hit the road with the influential Vans Warped Tour as a roadie. His backpack was filled with Left Alone CDs, which were handed out to anyone and everyone. A year later the band was invited on the tour as "the BBQ Band," a band that got to play a set in exchange for the honor of cooking and feeding the other bands on the tour. They played the same role in 2005, but this time they ran into Tim Armstrong of Rancid. Armstrong signed the band to his Hellcat imprint and issued the full-length Lonely Starts & Broken Hearts that same year. By now the lineup had settled with Rick Cruz on bass, Ramrod Briseno on drums, and longtime fan Noe Guzman joining on sax. This crew appeared on the 2006 album Dead American Radio, which featured a guest appearance from Tim Armstrong along with Patricia Day from the Danish psychobilly sextet HorrorPops. ~ David Jeffries, Rovi
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I've seen them so many times c:
Elvis is cool af too
Sweet a** music
And I live 10 minutes from where their from(:
dopaminecc
Elvis is actually on your with transplants right now , backing guitarist
I personally love Left Alone, and hey the guy is trying to get his band known and he's doing a pretty good f**king job at it sometimes you have to be demanding and if that's why his other band members left then that's lame! I love his new members though Ben & jimmy jam I believe. I just saw them Saturday and their still kickass! Hopefully these are the members that will stick along because I think it's about time but still as long as Elvis keeps doing his thing I know Left Alone will go far! And
My Tio Used To Be In The Band He Was One Of The Original Members Of The Band He Played The Drums
dont take nothing away from the bands music but that guy elvis the singer is the biggest dickwad in the world.... thats why almost all the original members are gone.. hes out to look out for himself only, common his own "record label" says it all "smelvis" im from wilmington ca, and ramrod the drummer would tell me some shady s**t.. just saying... but good band
this band kicks a**!! awesome live!
hotpinkninja s h e l l e
Where the f**k is Dead American Radio!? That's my favorite Left Alone album!
Yay! Nick Danger!
Yea Left Alone!!!!!!

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