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Until December was a San Francisco-based rock band active in the early to late 1980s. The band released four 12" singles in 1985 on 415 Records / CBS. A self-titled album Until December was released in 1986 by 415 Records / CBS, which contained their biggest hit "Heaven". Other notable songs performed by Until December include their song "Until December", "Live Alone In Shame" (B-Side to the 12" of "Until December - The Berlin Mix") and a cover of the song "Bela Lugosi's Dead" by Bauhaus. In 1986, they released 12" singles of "Call Me" B/W "Free Again" and "Secrets (I Won't Tell)" B/W "We Are The Boys". They toured the U.S. as a headliner and with seminal 80's bands such as New Order, Gene Loves Jezebel, and Specimen. The band was especially popular in the leather subculture. Before the band split up they expanded their line up to a five piece with the addition of Mark Pistel on bass and Tim Huthert, from Specimen, as a second drummer.
Member Adam Sherburne later formed the band Consolidated in the 1990s. Bryan Weisberg later formed Maximillion's Motorcycle Club with Tim Huthert. Greg(Auggie)Senzer former drummer owns and operates a motorcycle customizing shop and plays with several Bay Area bands.
Track listing for "Until December"
- No Gift Refused - 4:19
- Heaven - 4:19
- Sequence Line - 3:46
- Mirrors - 3:49
- Call Me - 3:33
- Forgive and Still Forget - 4:24
- Free Again - 4:46
- Zodiac Drum Solo - 1:18
- Slave - 4:51
- Geisha - 6:26
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