Numbers (band)

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This article is about California rock group Numbers. For Ohio rock group, see The Numbers Band .

Numbers are an American indie rock band from San Francisco, California.

Not to be confused with the New York pop band 'Numbers', who recorded in 1979 and 1980. 3 of their songs are included on the Sandy McKnight box set "How I Changed the World", released in 2010.

History[edit]

The group was formed in 2000 by Indra Dunis (vocals, drums) and two former members of the band Xerobot, Dave Broekema (guitar) and Eric (Rat Tar) Landmark (keyboards).[1] They issued their debut full-length album in 2002 on Tigerbeat6, and followed with a flurry of small-issue releases, including a split with Erase Errata. After a second album, they signed to Kill Rock Stars, who have released their last two albums.

Discography[edit]

  • Life (Tigerbeat6, 2002)
  • Death (Tigerbeat6, 2003)
  • Death Remixes, Vol. 1 EP (Tigerbeat6, 2003)
  • Death Remixes, Vol. 2 EP (Tigerbeat6, 2003)
  • Ee-Uh! EP (Troubleman Unlimited, 2003)
  • Numbers/Erase Errata split (Tigerbeat6, 2003)
  • In My Mind All the Time (Tigerbeat6, 2004)
  • We're Animals (Kill Rock Stars, 2005)
  • Now You Are This (Kill Rock Stars, 2007)

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