Marilyn's Vitamins

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Marilyn's Vitamins
Origin Orangeville, Ontario, Canada
Genres Punk
Anarcho-punk
Pop punk
Years active 1995–2000
Labels Underground Operations, Raw Energy, Ductape Records, Ugly Pop Records
Associated acts Dead Letter Dept., The Stiffs, Hostage Life, Bombs Over Providence
Website http://www.myspace.com/marilynsvitamins
Members Rob Moir
Dan Christopher
Colin Lichti
Adam Cook
Shawn Dickey
Jeff Breen
Chris "Wooder" Wood
Eric

Marilyn's Vitamins were a 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), Dan Christopher (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] Members currently play in The Little Millionaires and Victim Party. Their lyrics mainly dealt with various political issues of the time.[5]

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Former[edit]

  • Jeff Breen (AKA "Jeff Obnoxious")
  • Dan Christopher (AKA "Danny Complex", Dan Syndrome)
  • 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")

Discography[edit]

  • 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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