Marilyn's Vitamins

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Marilyn's Vitamins
OriginOrangeville, Ontario, Canada
GenresPunk, anarcho-punk, pop punk
Years active1995–2000
LabelsUnderground Operations, Raw Energy, Ductape Records, Ugly Pop Records
MembersRob Moir
Danny Complex
Colin Lichti
Adam Cook
Shawn Dickey
Jeff Breen
Chris "Wooder" Wood

Marilyn's Vitamins were a Canadian punk rock band formed in 1995 from Orangeville, Ontario, Canada, playing their last show December 28, 1999 in Toronto, Ontario. In those near-five years they released two albums on Raw Energy and 7"s on Ductape, and Ugly Pop Vinyl. A posthumous collection was released on Underground Operations in 2003.[1] The band consisted of Rob Moir (guitar), Danny Complex (guitar/vocals), Colin Lichti (vocals), Adam Cook (bass/vocals), Jeff Breen (guitar), Kristoffer Wood (bass) and Shawn Dickey (drums).[2] Members of the band went on to form Bombs Over Providence, Hostage Life and Dead Letter Dept.[3][4] Their lyrics mainly dealt with various political issues of the time.[5]


  • Jeff Breen (AKA "Jeff Obnoxious")
  • Dan Christopher (AKA "Danny Complex")
  • Adam Cook (AKA "Adam Purile")
  • Shawn Dickey (AKA "Dick Teenager")
  • Colin Lichti (AKA "Colin Vitamin", Colin Ridiculouspunkpseudonym)
  • Rob Moir (AKA Rob Stiff, Rob Potential)
  • Kris Wood (AKA "Wooder")


  • 1995: Self Titled (demo)
  • 1995: Down and Out In Levittown (demo)
  • 1996: In These Shoes (Raw Energy)
  • 1997: Squeegee Girl 7" (Ductape Records)
  • 1998: Politics On The Dance Floor (Raw Energy)
  • 1999: Meanwhile, During the Class War 7" (Ugly Pop Records) [6]


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  1. ^ "Underground Operations". Archived from the original on 21 January 2008. Retrieved 22 May 2022.
  2. ^ "CANOE -- JAM! Music - Karen Bliss's Lowdown: Insider Canadian music news: T.O. Punk label signs touring machines". Archived from the original on 24 May 2011. Retrieved 22 May 2022.
  3. ^ Daley, Sloane (2006-10-20). "Hostage Life - Walking Papers". Retrieved 2020-09-07.
  4. ^ Scanner, Steve (2007-10-26). "An Interview With Hostage Life". Archived from the original on 2007-10-29. Retrieved 2009-01-05.
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  6. ^ "The Distro 7" List K-O". Retrieved 2020-09-07.

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