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Ee (sometimes appearing as ee, EE, or eE) is a San Francisco-based indie rock band that formed in 1999 by former Korea Girl guitarist/vocalist Tobin Mori and bassist Jay Chow/Che Chou. Earlier band members included Peter Newman, Susan Parker, and Thom Morrison, and were later replaced by Peter Nguyen on drums, and longtime Seam member Sooyoung Park on lead guitar and keyboard. All members of Ee are Asian-American.
They recorded their debut album, Ramadan, in the fall of 1999 and released it on Currycore Records. After some lineup changes Ee released an EP and second album second album, For 100 We Try Harder, on Asian Man Records in 2002.
- Ramadan (2001, Curry Records)
- Tinyspot EP (2002, Asian Man Records)
- For 100 We Try Harder (2002, Asian Man Records)
- Capital Plans (2006, Actually, Records)
- "EE – Asian Man Records". asianmanrecords.com. Retrieved 9 January 2017.
- Kamps, Garrett (November 6, 2002), "Refactored Rock", SF Weekly.
- Kim, Gloria. "Ee: For 100, They Try Harder". hardboiled.berkeley.edu. Retrieved 9 January 2017.
- MacNeil, Jason. "Ee: Biography & History". AllMusic. Retrieved 9 January 2017.
- Ee's page at the band's most current label, Actually Records
- Ee on Myspace
- "Ee: Another Asian Gangster Band? Tobin Mori talks about Showbiz and Indie Rock." Asianweek.com (March 9–15, 2001)
- "Interview with Ee: Rock'n'Roll by 'Model Minority' " Koreanpop.org (June, 2002)
- Mori's new shoegaze collaboration, Skycamp
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