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9 thoughts on “ Superimposed - The Capitol City Dusters - Rock Creek (Vinyl, LP)

  1. The Dusters (also known as The Capitol City Dusters) were formed in by Alec Bourgeois (ex-Severin) and Ben Azzara (ex-Junction, Delta 72).The band played with several bass players before Jesse Quitslund (ex-Vile Cherubs) locked down the position for good in
  2. Fusing the sentiments of early hardcore and the sounds of D.C. post-punk, the Capitol City Dusters started off originally as the Dusters in Guitarist/vocalist Alec Bourgeois and drummer Benjamin Azzara got together when their respective Washington bands, Severin and Delta 72, split up.
  3. In a joint effort between Bourgeois' label Superbad Records and Dischord Records, the band released two vinyl-only albums, Forest Fire/Seventeen 7" in and a split 10" in with labelmates the Most Secret Method.
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  5. Recognized as a concept album, Allison Fields of Pitchfork noted Rock Creek possesses influences from Fugazi on several tracks, most notably the opening song "Superimposed". The styles of the band, as music critic Jimmy Askew wrote for Snap Pop magazine, perfected the blend "between Quitslund’s quirky arrangements and guitarist Alec Bourgeois’ straightforward pop". [6].
  6. This is the Dusters second and final full-length album released in The 12" LP comes with a free MP3 download when purchased from Dischord.
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  9. Aug 07,  · The Capitol stones in Rock Creek Park provide a rare chance to see this kind of history up close. If you do go exploring, go with caution, discretion, and respect. While there are still questions, what isn’t disputed is that one of the District’s greatest urban myths is .

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