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  1. The Descendents supported Everything Sucks with a series of tours from September 1996 to August 1997 covering the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Europe, touring with Swingin' Utters, The Bouncing Souls, The Suicide Machines, Shades Apart, Guttermouth, Less Than Jake, Handsome, Electric Frankenstein, Social Distortion, Pennywise, H 2 O, and others.

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  2. Descendents - Wikipedia

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    The Descendents supported Everything Sucks with a series of tours from September 1996 to August 1997 covering the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Europe, touring with Swingin' Utters, The Bouncing Souls, The Suicide Machines, Shades Apart, Guttermouth, Less Than Jake, Handsome, Electric Frankenstein, Social Distortion, Pennywise, H 2 O, and others.

  3. Descendents Finally Tell Their Punk-Rock Origin Story

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    But in 2002, six years after cameo-ing on the Descendents’ excellent 1996 comeback LP, Everything Sucks, Navetta and Lombardo reconvened with Stevenson at the Blasting Room, his studio in Fort ...

  4. Descendents Release ‘Baby Doncha Know’ From Upcoming Album ...

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    It's been almost 40 years since Milo Goes to College and 25 since Everything Sucks, but Descendents are coming back this summer with a (kind of) new album, 9th & Walnut. Named after their old ...

  5. NOFX pull out of Vegas music fest citing backlash over old ...

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    Another punk rock band, Descendents, is taking NOFX's spot at the top of the bill on Sept. 24. "But not Everything Sucks, I talked to Milo [Aukerman, Descendents frontman] yesterday…. And he's comin! Decendents are taking our spot! It's pretty f---ing cool that we are being replaced by a better band! I wish I could be there to see 'em.

  6. Descendents replace NOFX at Punk Rock Bowling; ALL playing ...

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    Pick up a copy of Descendents' Everything Sucks on vinyl, and a matching t-shirt, in our shop, and a one of these limited edition Circle Jerks 'Skank Man' bobbleheads while you're at it.

  7. Frank Navetta - Wikipedia

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    Navetta then quit the band and moved to Oregon to become a fisherman. He collaborated with the Descendents again on the 1996 album Everything Sucks, and prior to his death in 2008 had been working on new material with original Descendents members Bill Stevenson and Tony Lombardo.

  8. NOFX Drop Off 2021 Punk Rock Bowling & Music Festival ...

    metalanarchy.com › 2021/05/03 › nofx-drop-off-2021

    NOFX have officially dropped off the 2021 Punk Rock Bowling & Music Festival in Las Vegas, NV. Descendents will now be taking their place. NOFX’s decision to pull out of the event was rel…

  9. NOFX Drop From Headlining Slot at 2021 Punk Rock Bowling ...

    music.mxdwn.com › 2021/05/03 › news

    But not Everything Sucks, I talked to Milo yesterday…. And he’s comin! Descendents are taking our spot! It’s pretty fucking cool that we are being replaced by a better band! I wish I could ...

  10. Pearl Jam - Vintage Vitalogy LP | eBay

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    Descendents - Everything Sucks LP. $39.99 + $3.99 shipping. Seller 100% positive. Chicago - Self-Titled Vinyl LP. $9.98 + $3.99 shipping. Seller 100% positive.

  11. Bill Stevenson (musician) Wiki, Biography, & History - 2021

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    After Milo’s departure, Bill and the opposite members of Descendents, Karl Alvarez and Stephen Egerton, recruited singer Dave Smalley of Dag Nasty, moved to Fort Collins, Colorado, and fashioned All. All went on to have two extra singers, Scott Reynolds (1989–1993) and Chad Price (1993–current).

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