During the summer of 2004, Bryan Manchi (The General, Peppermint Ripchord) and John Michel (The John Sessions) decided to form a super-group to rival any that had gone before. The result was "No, Oddball" and their mission was to provide rock history with a new, improved template from which all future rock history would be drawn. Since then, this collaboration has given birth to 2004's raw debut "Samurai", the twisted covers EP "Caution! Bad Uncle" and the more commercial "Whup-Ah" CD in 2005. The band are currently working on their third album, as yet untitled. It is anticipated to be released either as a double CD or as two separate albums.
2004: Samurai CD
2005: Caution! Bad Uncle EP
2005: Whup - Ah! CD
2007: Ah Verre!
No. No stage has yet been constructed that can withstand our awesome might.
All sorts of stuff.
Rizla, roaching material, tobacco, thin pokey thing. Tea bags, boiling water, milk, sugar.
You know, the usual.