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Local H Albums

Hey, Killer (2015)

Team (2014)

The Another February (2013)

The Another February EP (2013)

Hallelujah! I'm A Bum (2012)

Local H's Awesome Mix Tape #1 (2010)

Awesome Mix Tape #1 (2010)

Twelve Angry Months (2008)


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"cha!" Said The Kitty

(Baby Wants To) Edit Me

(Baby Wants To) Tame Me

"Cha!" Said The Kitty

1st Amendment Jitters

2112 Overture/The Temples Of Syrinx

24 Hour Break-Up Session

25 Or 6 To 4

500,000 Scovilles

5th aveCrazy

5th Avenue Crazy

Age Group Champion

All The Kids Are Right

All-Right

All-right (oh Yeah)

Another February

Another February (Radio Edit)

Answering Machine

April : White Belt Boys

Back In The Day


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Local H Biography:



Best-known for their unorthodox two-man lineup, hard rock act Local H has made a career out of straddling the fine line between indie and classic rock, cleverly framing their sardonic lyrics with a generous helping of power chords and feedback.br /br /Scott Lucas (vocals/guitar) and Joe Daniels (drums) began playing together in high school in their native Zion, IL. Finding a suitable bassist proved an insurmountable challenge, so the industrious Lucas eventually devised a way to install bass pick-ups into his six-string. Armed with this intriguing novelty setup, the duo signed with Island Records and made their recording debut on 1995's Ham Fisted, a rather unoriginal disc which had some detractors tagging them as Nirvana wannabes. Its follow-up, 1996's much improved As Good As Dead, was another story, however, considerably expanding the band's sonic palette and firmly establishing their identity as Midwestern ironists supreme. Led by well-crafted power pop radio singles like "Bound for the Floor" and "Eddie Vedder," the album was eventually certified gold and helped earn the duo their alt-rock cred, while simultaneously validating their contradictory ties to classic hard rock. Though less-focused and not quite as immediate, 1998's still solid Pack Up the Cats seemed set to maintain the band's rising momentum. But record company woes (Island's parent company Polygram was in the process of being absorbed by Universal Music) effectively clipped the band at the knees, the album became lost in the shuffle, and Local H went on a near three-year hiatus. In the interim, Daniels left the band under amicable circumstances and was replaced by former Triple Fast Action drummer (and Bun E. Carlos drum tech) Brian St. Clair. br /br /Lucas and St. Clair returned in 2000 with a new album and a new label. Here Comes the Zoo (Palm Pictures) featured more of the Midwestern angst and cutting satire that had always defined Lucas' hard rock, but added the busier drumming style of St.Clair. Incessant touring followed; in 2003, the duo returned once again with the No Fun EP for the Chicago punk imprint Thick. The band's fifth album, Whatever Happened to P.J. Soles? arrived in spring 2004. The band released the eighteen-track live album, Local H Comes Alive in 2005. ~ Ed Rivadavia, All Music Guide



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