The Vogue

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The Vogue
Origin Seattle, Washington
Genres Experimental rock
Years active 1999 – 2000
Labels Made in Mexico
Past members Johnny Whitney
Adam Miller
Devin Welch
Hannah Blilie
Casey Wescott

The Vogue were an American rock band that evolved into Soiled Doves after the departure of their keyboardist. As lead vocalist and founding member Johnny Whitney began to focus more on his other group, The Blood Brothers, the rest of the group supported bassist Adam Miller's side project The Chromatics. After creative differences, the group split from Miller to form Shoplifting. The Vogue released one album and one 7-inch on Made in Mexico Records.



  • The Vogue 7" (2000?, Made in Mexico)


  • As Brass and Satin (2000, Made in Mexico)
    1. "Scorpion Boy" - 2:54
    2. "The Sound of Sloppy Kisses" - 4:04
    3. "Brass and Satin" - 4:24
    4. "Sparkle That Rash" - 1:58
    5. "March of Black and White Roses" - 4:52
    6. "Howl of Hounds" - 4:14
    7. "P.S. I Read Your Diary" - 4:09
    8. "To Live and Lie in a Colorless Jungle" - 3:58