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(1997 – 2002)

Calm Down Juanita is a Seattle-based punks-on-acid style musical collaboration, formed in 1997, between Ty Willman, Kevin Guess, and Steve Wilmans, featuring R. Cole Peterson III Esq. on bass on their first album, entitled ‘Calm Down Juanita’, and featuring Steve Feasley on bass on their second album, ‘Undertown’. Both albums feature multiple special guest appearances.

Their eponymous first album was published in 1998 on Echo Records and includes six tracks: ‘Sundays’; ‘Girlfriend’, with Mari Anne Braeden on bass; ‘Aerospace Runway’, with Leigh Stone on vocals; ‘Hooker for Attention’; ‘Monsters’, with Camellia Clouse on vocals and Skerik on sax; and a mix with ‘Lobotomy’, with Jon Doe on vocals & bass; and ‘Touchin’ Myself, a track Guess wrote & sang with Josh Freese on bass, Riff Raff on vinyl & samples, and Stone Gossard on drums. All songs were written by Ty Willman & Kevin Guess, except for ‘Girlfriend’, by Cole Peterson; ‘Lobotomy’, by Ty Willman & Jon Doe; and ‘Touchin’ Myself’, written and sung by Guess.

Their second album, ‘Undertown’, released in 2002, contained fourteen tracks, mostly with lyrics written and sung by Willman, with the exception of ‘Heavy’, which was written and sung by Guess.

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