Supergarage

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Supergarage
Origin Thorold, Ontario, Canada
Genres Alternative rock
Years active 1996 (1996)–present
Labels Iron America, Sextant Records
Website supergarage.com
Members Marco DiFelice
Adam Mott
Rob Passero
Michael Rosenthal
Past members Mike Palermo
Roger Habel Jr.

Supergarage is a Canadian indie rock band formed in 1996 in Thorold.[1][2] They have released four albums.

History[edit]

Supergarage took their name from and auto shop owned by Passero's father.[3] Supergarage is based out of Toronto.[4] They have released four albums. In 1996, they released their 6-song EP Duct Tape, which had the radio hit "Post-Teen Crisis" . In 1997, they released their self-titled debut album on Iron Music/BMG.[5]

Original guitarist left the band in 1998 to start a music store, Mikes Music. Original drummer Roger Habel Jr. left the band in 2002 and started several successful cover bands such as Betty Ford Band and Stays in Vegas.

In early 2000, they released Demolition which garnered them praise for their mock video hit "Cheryl". Other videos on that where done were Five year Rut and On a Summer nite .

In 2002, they released Elvis Was Bigger Than the Beatles through Sextant Records.[6] It was reissued in 2003 on EMI.[7] Their single from this record was "Sugar" which did very well on Canadian radio.[citation needed]

Supergarage toured with the Headstones, Big Sugar, I Mother Earth, Barstool Prophets, Matthew Good, Soul Asyulm, Green Day. The band was known as one of the hardest working bands in Canada where they were known as road warriors.

They also had a track in Petz Dogz 2 called Pop Pop Radio instrumental.

Members[edit]

  • Marco DiFelice - Vocals
  • Mike Palermo - Guitar
  • Adam Mott- Guitar for Demolition and Elvis Was Bigger Than the Beatles
  • Rob "Knuckles" Passero - Bass
  • Roger Habel Jr. - Drums
  • Michael "rosie" Rosenthal for Elvis Was Bigger Than the Beatles

Discography[edit]

EP's[edit]

  • 1996 Duct Tape

Albums[edit]

  • 1997 Supergarage
  • 2000 Demolition
  • 2002 Elvis Was Bigger Than the Beatles
  • ???? Tokyopop Presents: D-Sides

Other appearances[edit]

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