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Origin Long Island, New York
Genres Rock,[1] power pop[2]
Years active 1995–2001
Labels Royalty, Bad Boy, Orchard
Associated acts Puff Daddy
Past members Jim Bacchi
Mark DiCarlo
Jason Camiolo
Brett Rothfeld

Fuzzbubble was a 1990s rock/power pop band from Long Island, New York. The band was formed by Jim Bachi, guitarist with One Groovy Coconut along with vocalist Mark DiCarlo. Drummer Jason Camiolo and bassist Brett Rothfeld filled out the band.

They recorded a demo and were picked up by indie label Royalty Records. When Sean "Puffy" Combs came looking for a rock band to widen his musical horizons, he signed Fuzzbubble to his Bad Boy Records. The band backed up Puffy on a rock remix of his single "It's All about the Benjamins" and contributed to the Godzilla and South Park soundtracks. They also recorded the song "Ordinary" with Susanna Hoffs of The Bangles which was featured on Felicity.

The band parted ways with Bad Boy before the release of their much-delayed debut, which was produced by Mike Clink and featured Roger Manning of Jellyfish. The album was eventually released in 2000 on Orchard Records, which also put out Demos, Outtakes and Rarities in 2002, by which time the band had split up.[1]


Studio albums[edit]

  • 2000: Fuzzbubble

Compilation albums[edit]

  • 2002: Demos, Outtakes and Rarities


  1. ^ a b "Puffy, Jimmy Page To Share "SNL" Stage". MTV News. Viacom. Retrieved 13 August 2008. 
  2. ^ Glauber, Gary (5 January 2003). "Fuzzbubble: Demos, Out-takes and Rarities". PopMatters. Retrieved 15 August 2014.