The Causey Way

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The Causey Way
Years active 1997–2001
Labels Fueled By Ramen & Alternative Tentacles
Associated acts Man or Astro-man?, Producto, Papercranes, Pilot Scott Tracy
Past members Causey (Scott Stanton), The Button (Bill Bryson), Dr. St.Causey (Tracy Cox-Stanton), Boy Causey (Brian Teasley), The Truth (Ane Diaz), Rain Causey (Rain Phoenix), Summer Causey (Summer Phoenix), Red Causey, Causey 316,

The Causey Way was a punk/new wave group formed in 1997 in which the underlying theme was that of a cult operating as a band[1] (with T-shirts coyly stating "The Causey Way Is Not A Cult"). The live shows were energetic and in the style of revivalist evangelism. With releases on Fueled By Ramen and Alternative Tentacles, they broke up in 2001. Several members have since regrouped and started Pilot Scott Tracy, also on Alternative Tentacles.

The Causey Way was the philosophy of Causey, the actual band was referred to as the ACE, (Aural Communications and Entertainment) and a division of the Causey Way as a whole. The ACE was the entertainment on the Causey Compound which was where those that follow the Causey Way resided.

The Causey Way disbanded in 2001, claiming that Causey had been institutionalized and The Truth had converted to Scientology.

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