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CrazyEightyEight

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CrazyEightyEight
Origin
  • Ontario, Canada
  • Tennessee, United States
  • Brighton, England
Genres
  • Post-Hardcore
  • Metalcore
  • Progressive Metal
Years active2017–present
LabelsBoketo Media
Associated acts
Jarrod Alonge
  • Sunrise Skater Kids
  • Lauren Babic
  • Red Handed Denial
  • As It Is
  • Whale Bones
  • Jared Dines
  • Paramore
Websitewww.facebook.com/crazy88official/
Members

CrazyEightyEight is an international post-hardcore supergroup started in May 2017 by Jarrod Alonge (American musician and comedian from Tennessee), Lauren Babic (Canadian singer, songwriter, and lead vocalist of Red Handed Denial from Toronto, Ontario[1]) and Patty Walters (British singer, songwriter and lead vocalist of As It Is from Brighton, England).[2][3] The name CrazyEightyEight was derived from the gang Crazy 88 featured in Quinten Trentino's Kill Bill films.

After their formation CrazyEightyEight would put out a series of extended plays of covers through out early 2017 entitled Covers, Vol. 1 and Covers, Vol. 2,[4] followed up by No Words Spoken, leading up to the premiere of a Kickstarter campaign with the goal to fund their debut album.[5] The dual release of No Words Spoken as a proof of concept for the album with the Kickstarter campaign resulted in accumulative 1,261 backers pledging $53,334 in funds which quickly resulted in the release of Burning Alive at the beginning of 2018 to much positive acclaim among their preexisting fanbase.[6][7][8] The most recent release from this project was a cover of "Killing In The Name" by Rage Against the Machine featuring Northlane, Spiritbox, Hollow Front, Jared Dines, Boys of Fall, Whale Bones, The Anchor, Sleep Waker & Nanashi in the summer of 2020.[9][10]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums

  • Burning Alive (2018)

Extended plays

  • No Words Spoken (2017)
  • Covers, Vol. 1 (2017)
  • Covers, Vol. 2 (2017)

Singles

  • Colors (Halsey Cover) (2017)
  • Perfect Places (Lorde Cover) (2017)
  • Told You So (Paramore Cover) (2017)
  • The Sound (The 1975 Cover) (2017)
  • The Kill (30 Seconds to Mars Cover) (2017)
  • When You Were Young (The Killers Cover) (2017)
  • The Ghost of You (My Chemical Romance Cover) (2017)
  • Duality (Slipknot Cover) (2017)
  • Tommy's Planet (2017)
  • Quid Pro Quo (2017)
  • Seven Six Two (2017)
  • You Were Right (2017)
  • Tears In Rain (2018)
  • Bastard From a Basket" (2018)
  • Nitroglycerin (2018)
  • Shinebox (2018)
  • I Am Tetsuo (2018)
  • To Plant a Seed (We Came As Romans Cover) (2018)
  • My Friends, You Bow to No One (2019)
  • Fortune and Glory, Kid (2019)
  • Sounds Like Paramore But Heavy (2019)
  • Killing In The Name (Rage Against the Machine Cover) (2020)

References[edit]

  1. Bunel, Chloe (18 September 2018). "Lauren Babic from CrazyEightyEight teaches you how to scream…". Above The Noise.
  2. Dickman, Maggie (26 January 2018). "'AS IT IS' PATTY WALTERS JOINS NEW BAND, CRAZYEIGHTYEIGHT". Alternative Press. Alternative Press, Inc.
  3. Browny, Paul (7 July 2019). "Crazy Eighty Eight Are The Post-Hardcore Supergroup You Should Be Frothing Over Right Now". Wall of Sound (AU).
  4. "JARROD ALONGE AND LAUREN BABIC'S CRAZYEIGHTYEIGHT ANNOUNCE 'COVERS, VOL 2′". Bring The Noise. LIVE NATION WORLDWIDE, INC.
  5. Biddulph, Andy. "CRAZYEIGHTYEIGHT TALK NEW MEMBER PATTY WALTERS, THEIR DEBUT ALBUM + POTENTIALLY PLAYING THE LAST WARPED TOUR". Rock Sound.
  6. Hope, Karalyn. "Album Review: CrazyEightyEight's debut album". Give Me A Try. Archived from the original on 24 November 2020.
  7. Summan, Yasmin. "CRAZYEIGHTYEIGHT JUST DROPPED TWO NEW TRACKS AND THEY'RE INSANE". Discovered Magazine (UK). Archived from the original on 23 October 2020.
  8. Sievers, Alex. "CrazyEightyEight Drop Not One, But Two New Songs From Debut Album". Kill Your Stereo.
  9. Browny, Paul (7 July 2020). "Crazy Eighty Eight Unleash Cameo Packed Cover Of 'Killing In The Name'". Wall of Sound (AU).
  10. Sievers, Alex. "CrazyEightyEight enlist not one, not two, but nine guest vocalists for 'Killing In The Name' cover". Kill Your Stereo.



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