Say No More (band)

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Say No More
Origin Salinas, California, USA
Genres Rock, indie rock, pop rock, pop punk
Years active 2001–2009
Labels Drive-Thru Records
Members Peter Pedrazzi
Peter Holbert
Jon Rasmussen
Tim Spier

Say No More was a four-piece rock band from Salinas, California, formed in December 2001. The band independently released two records — 2004's Stranger in Dreams and 2006's The Transition. In August 2005, the quartet relocated to Los Angeles, California to attend California State University, Northridge. Shortly thereafter, they placed first in 2006's "Best Music on Campus" award — a battle of the bands competition held by Drive-Thru Records in cooperation with mtvU — which led to a recording contract with the record label. Their latest album, What You Thought You Knew, was released on May 20, 2008. The music video for their single "Long Drive Home" was released on mtvU and on September 5, 2008.




  • Long Drive Home (2008) Director: Marco de la Torre, Director of Photography: Greg Ephraim, Producer: Stefan Anderson, Stunts: Eric Jacobus, Ray Carbonel, Shaun Finney

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