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The Gamits in Denver, 2012
|Genres||Alternative rock, Indie rock, Punk rock|
|Years active||1996–2005 2009–present|
|Labels||Paper + Plastick, Suburban Home Records|
|Associated acts||Angels Never Answer|
Jason H. Walker
The Gamits is an American band who formed in 1996 and have been called "America's best hidden pop/punk secret". The band was disbanded in 2005 due to the members wishing to participate in and start other projects, but regrouped in late 2009. The current line-up is Chris Fogal on guitar and vocals, Forrest Bartosh on drums and Johnny Wilson on bass and background vocals.
- 1996: Come Get Some (Drug Store Records)
- 1998: This Is My Boomstick (To The Left Records)
- 2000: Endorsed By You (Suburban Home Records)
- 2001: A Small Price To Pay (Suburban Home Records)
- 2004: Antidote (Suburban Home Records)
- 2010: Parts (Paper + Plastick)
- 2002: Rose Harbor Anthems - Italian-only compilation (Wynona Records)
- 2003: Leaps and Bounds - Japanese-only compilation (CR Japan)
- 2006: Golden Sometimes - 4 disk box set (Suburban Home Records)
- "Antidote CD" (review), cdUniverse (accessed Aug. 29, 2010).
- "The Gamits - Pop Punk from Denver, CO Since 1994". The Gamits.
- +Johnny Wilson. "Releases: The Gamits and Murderburgers Split 7" - For the Love of Punk". For the Love of Punk.