F-Minus (band)

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Not to be confused with F Minus, a comic strip.
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Brad Logan of F-Minus
Background information
Origin Huntington Beach, California, United States
Genres Hardcore punk, crust punk
Years active 1995–2004
Labels Hellcat
Alternative Tentacles
Members Brad Logan
Erica Daking
Adam Zuckert
Jen Johnson

F-Minus was a punk rock band formed in 1995 in Huntington Beach, California, started by Jen Johnson and Brad Logan. F-Minus was known for their dueling male and female vocals in songs that were sometimes as short as 12 seconds ("Fuck You O.C."). Before breaking up in 2004, their last album was recorded by Steve Albini. Throughout their career, they covered such bands as Antidote, Black Randy and the Metro Squad, 7 Seconds, Negative Approach, and Agnostic Front. Brad Logan currently runs his own record label Blacknoise, and is also member of the New York band Leftöver Crack.[1] Jen Johnson currently is the designer and owner of clothing label E.C. Star, and also is a member of the California band Ammunition Affair.


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  • Voice of Treason Cassette (Self Released, 1996)
  • Failed Society 7" (Hellcat, 1997)
  • Won't Bleed Me 7" (Pelado, 1997)
  • Failed Society / Won't Bleed Me Cassette (Self Released, 1997)
  • Split With Crack Rock Steady 7 - Baby Jesus Sliced Up In The Manger 10" (Knife or Death, 2001)
  • Sweating Blood 7" (Bridge 9, 2003)


  • Give Em' The Boot Volume 1 CD (Hellcat, 1997)
  • Old Skars and Upstarts CD/LP (Alive, 1997)
  • Give Em' The Boot Volume 2 CD (Hellcat, 1999)
  • No Time To Kill (Checkmate, 1999)
  • Vans Off The Wall Volume 3 CD (Vans, 2000)
  • Tomorrow Seems So Hopeless CD (Eyeball, 2000)
  • Give Em' The Boot Volume 3 CD (Hellcat, 2002)
  • Against Police Injustice CD (Non-Commercial, 2003)
  • Punk O' Rama Volume 8 CD (Epitaph, 2003)
  • Give Em' The Boot Volume 4 CD (Hellcat, 2004)
  • Give Em' The Boot DVD (Hellcat, 2005)
  • The Kids Are Gonna Pay Split (In Your Face (7 Seconds Cover))(2006)

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