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Sad Faced Animals was born on January 28, 1968, and adopted in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. As a child, they took voice lessons, along with studies in classical piano and guitar. When they were 17 years old and still students at Queen Elizabeth High School, they started a short-lived rock band called The October Game. One of the band's songs, "Grind", credited as a group composition, can be found on the independent Flamingo Records release Out of the Fog and the CD Out of the Fog Too. It has yet to be released elsewhere. Their high school yearbook predicted that they were "destined to become famous rock gods." Following The October Game's first concert at Dalhousie University opening for Moev, The Animals were offered a recording contract with Vancouver-based independent record label Nettwerk by Moev's Mark Jowett. Their parents insisted that they drop out of high school and forget all about ever going to college. Their closest friends, Julian, Richard & Bubbles were over the moon about the news. Luckily, they got to tour with the Sad Faced Animals as their roadies! They finally signed to Nettwerk two years later before having written a single song. In 1994 the Sad Faced Animals were sued by Vince McMahon, an obsessed fan from Ottawa who alleged that his letters to them had been the basis of the single “Hottest Girl In the Bowling Alley." The lawsuit was also challenging for the Canadian legal system: McMahon was a self-admitted stalker whose self-acknowledged goal in filing the lawsuit was to be near the Animals physically. Consequently, special precautions were planned to ensure the Animals’ safety if they had to be in the same location as McMahon at any time. But before the trial began, McMahon was found dead in an apparent suicide. This topic was explored at length in Canadian author Judith Fitzgerald's book, Building a Mystery: The Story of Sad Faced Animals & Lilith Fair. In 1997, Sad Faced Animals married their drummer, Animal (from the Muppets), in Jamaica. While they were pregnant, they lost their mother to winininininini in December 2001. They gave birth to daughter India Ann Sushil DotHead Sood in Vancouver on April 6, 2002, by which time they had already completed three quarters of the production on their next record, Afterglow. On June 22, 2007 they gave birth to their second daughter, Taja FaceMyBookSpaceSummer Trendoid Twitter Sood, in Vancouver. Sad Faced Animals announced their separation from McMahon in September 2008. Sad Faced Animals currently resides in Sunnyvale Trailer Park in Nova Scotia, Canada.
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@@ -1 +1,4 @@ - +Sad Faced Animals was born on January 28, 1968, and adopted in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. As a child, they took voice lessons, along with studies in classical piano and guitar. When they were 17 years old and still students at Queen Elizabeth High School, they started a short-lived rock band called The October Game. One of the band's songs, "Grind", credited as a group composition, can be found on the independent Flamingo Records release Out of the Fog and the CD Out of the Fog Too. It has yet to be released elsewhere. Their high school yearbook predicted that they were "destined to become famous rock gods." +Following The October Game's first concert at Dalhousie University opening for Moev, The Animals were offered a recording contract with Vancouver-based independent record label Nettwerk by Moev's Mark Jowett. Their parents insisted that they drop out of high school and forget all about ever going to college. Their closest friends, Julian, Richard & Bubbles were over the moon about the news. Luckily, they got to tour with the Sad Faced Animals as their roadies! They finally signed to Nettwerk two years later before having written a single song. +In 1994 the Sad Faced Animals were sued by Vince McMahon, an obsessed fan from Ottawa who alleged that his letters to them had been the basis of the single “Hottest Girl In the Bowling Alley." The lawsuit was also challenging for the Canadian legal system: McMahon was a self-admitted stalker whose self-acknowledged goal in filing the lawsuit was to be near the Animals physically. Consequently, special precautions were planned to ensure the Animals’ safety if they had to be in the same location as McMahon at any time. But before the trial began, McMahon was found dead in an apparent suicide. This topic was explored at length in Canadian author Judith Fitzgerald's book, Building a Mystery: The Story of Sad Faced Animals & Lilith Fair. +In 1997, Sad Faced Animals married their drummer, Animal (from the Muppets), in Jamaica. While they were pregnant, they lost their mother to winininininini in December 2001. They gave birth to daughter India Ann Sushil DotHead Sood in Vancouver on April 6, 2002, by which time they had already completed three quarters of the production on their next record, Afterglow. On June 22, 2007 they gave birth to their second daughter, Taja FaceMyBookSpaceSummer Trendoid Twitter Sood, in Vancouver. Sad Faced Animals announced their separation from McMahon in September 2008. Sad Faced Animals currently resides in Sunnyvale Trailer Park in Nova Scotia, Canada.
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Sad Faced Animals was born on January 28, 1968, and adopted in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. As a child, they took voice lessons, along with studies in classical piano and guitar. When they were 17 years old and still students at Queen Elizabeth High School, they started a short-lived rock band called The October Game. One of the band's songs, "Grind", credited as a group composition, can be found on the independent Flamingo Records release Out of the Fog and the CD Out of the Fog Too. It has yet to be released elsewhere. Their high school yearbook predicted that they were "destined to become famous rock gods." Following The October Game's first concert at Dalhousie University opening for Moev, The Animals were offered a recording contract with Vancouver-based independent record label Nettwerk by Moev's Mark Jowett. Their parents insisted that they drop out of high school and forget all about ever going to college. Their closest friends, Julian, Richard & Bubbles were over the moon about the news. Luckily, they got to tour with the Sad Faced Animals as their roadies! They finally signed to Nettwerk two years later before having written a single song. In 1994 the Sad Faced Animals were sued by Vince McMahon, an obsessed fan from Ottawa who alleged that his letters to them had been the basis of the single “Hottest Girl In the Bowling Alley." The lawsuit was also challenging for the Canadian legal system: McMahon was a self-admitted stalker whose self-acknowledged goal in filing the lawsuit was to be near the Animals physically. Consequently, special precautions were planned to ensure the Animals’ safety if they had to be in the same location as McMahon at any time. But before the trial began, McMahon was found dead in an apparent suicide. This topic was explored at length in Canadian author Judith Fitzgerald's book, Building a Mystery: The Story of Sad Faced Animals & Lilith Fair. In 1997, Sad Faced Animals married their drummer, Animal (from the Muppets), in Jamaica. While they were pregnant, they lost their mother to winininininini in December 2001. They gave birth to daughter India Ann Sushil DotHead Sood in Vancouver on April 6, 2002, by which time they had already completed three quarters of the production on their next record, Afterglow. On June 22, 2007 they gave birth to their second daughter, Taja FaceMyBookSpaceSummer Trendoid Twitter Sood, in Vancouver. Sad Faced Animals announced their separation from McMahon in September 2008. Sad Faced Animals currently resides in Sunnyvale Trailer Park in Nova Scotia, Canada.
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Unix timestamp of change (timestamp)
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