Dead Letter Dept.

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Dead Letter Dept.
Also known asThe Stiffs
(1996 (1996)–2000 (2000))
OriginToronto, Ontario, Canada
Genrespunk, emo, pop punk
Years active2001 (2001)–2008 (2008)
LabelsUnderground Operations
Noo Noo Records
MembersRob Moir
Mike Leblanc
Andrew Sparks
Danny Complex

Dead Letter Dept., formerly known as The Stiffs, are a Canadian punk band from Toronto, Canada. The band consists of Rob Moir (guitar/vocals), Mike Leblanc (drums), Andrew Sparks (bass), Danny Complex (guitars).[1] The band announced their break up on their Myspace blog in 2008.[2] Their songs are mainly about girls and relationship with the occasional political song.[3] Their last release was Rock n' Roll Hates You, which was released in 2005 by Underground Operations.[4]


  • 1996: The Stiffs - s/t cassette (independent release)
  • 1997: The Stiffs - Dumb Songs About Dumb Girls cassette (independent release)
  • 1998: The Stiffs, No One Knows. 8 song cassette (independent release)
  • 1999: The Stiffs, Forever In A Day. 11 song CD (Ductape Records)
  • 2001: Dead Letter Dept. EP (Ductape Records)
  • 2002: split release with "Left Behind" 7" (Say-Ten Records)
  • 2003: Anthology UK (Noo Noo Records)
  • 2005: All My Friends Love Freedom + Yes You Can't EP (Mongoose Records)
  • 2005: Rock n' Roll Hates You (Underground Operations)


  1. ^ Rock3
  2. ^ "Dead Letter Dept.'s blog". Archived from the original on 2009-01-10. Retrieved 2009-01-05.
  3. ^ Trakmarx review
  4. ^ Punknews

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