Rob Crow

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Rob Crow
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Rob Crow on tour with Pinback
Background information
Birth name Robertdale Rulon Crow, Jr.
Also known as Snotnose
Born (1971-02-21) February 21, 1971 (age 43)
New Jersey, United States
Origin Encinitas, California, U.S.
Genres Indie rock, math rock
Occupations Singer, multi-instrumentalist
Website www.functionbad.com

Robertdale Rulon "Rob" Crow, Jr.[1] (born February 21, 1971) is an American singer and multi-instrumentalist from San Diego, California known for the long list of bands and projects he is associated with, mostly in the genres of indie rock and math rock. He is best known for his involvement with the bands Pinback (co-led by Zach Smith from Three Mile Pilot), Heavy Vegetable, Physics, Optiganally Yours and Thingy; in addition he has also led or leads the bands Advertising, Alpha Males, Altron Tube, Cthugha, Fantasy Mission Force, Goblin Cock, Holy Smokes, The Ladies, Other Men and Remote Action Sequence Project, as well as performing and releasing solo records under his own name and under the name Snotnose.

Discography[edit]

Solo discography[edit]

  • Rob Crow (split CD with Lesser - 1995)
  • Lactose Adept (1996)
  • Snotnose EP (as Snotnose) - 1998)
  • My Room is a Mess (2003)
  • Living Well (2007)
  • He Thinks He's People (2011)

With Pinback[edit]

With Team Sleep[edit]

  • Team Sleep (album) Vocals on Tracks: (4,7,9,15) "Princeton Review", "Our Ride to the Rectory", "Elizabeth", & "11/11" (2005)

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