Climax Golden Twins

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Climax Golden Twins is an American experimental music band, formed in 1993 in Seattle, Washington by Robert Millis and Jeffery Taylor.[1] Scott Colburn joined in 1996 and left in 2004.[1] The group notably performed the soundtrack to the 2001 cult horror film Session 9. Other members have included Dave Abramson and John Vallier. Millis and Taylor created the book Victrola Favorites: Artifacts From Bygone Days (Dust-to-Digital, 2008) which documented their respective 78rpm collections and have also worked with members of A Frames as AFCGT releasing several LPs including the self-titled AFCGT on Subpop. Messenger Girls Trio is another related project that features Millis, Taylor, Dave Knott and Sir Richard Bishop that has produced two LPs of improvised collaged acoustic guitar music.


Studio albums


  1. ^ a b Carr, Daphne. "Climax Golden Twins – Music Biography, Credits and Discography : AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 15 September 2012.

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