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Game Theory was a band which formed in 1982 in Sacremento, California, United States. The band's only constant member was singer and songwriter Scott Miller (vocals, guitar) who led the band through two major lineup changes before he disbanded the group in 1990.

During its career, the band released five full length albums: "Blaze of Glory" (1982), "Real Nighttime" (1985), "The Big Shot Chronicles" (1986), "Lolita Nation" (1987) and "Two Steps from the Middle Ages" (1988). The band's… read more

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  • Avatar for Flashstep
    Wyoming is such a good song.
  • Avatar for ffg
    You need the Lolita Nation reissue. Now.
  • Avatar for macostarz
    In light of the recent reissues: if there's any band missing from Our Band Could Be Your Life, it's this one. So unique and unlike anything I've heard—good stuff. Especially The Big Shot Chronicles; it's one of the most underappreciated albums of the 80s.
  • Avatar for aseriesofsneaks
    Omnivore Recordings will be reissuing the entire Game Theory catalog in expanded and remastered editions, starting with 'Blaze of Glory' on September 2. Details can be found here:
  • Avatar for cathymerican
    Two months later and I still can't believe he's gone. Scott Miller wrote a LOT of my all time favorite songs.
  • Avatar for pewpewlasers
    Scott was a really cool dude. His book was pretty insightful too.
  • Avatar for edark86
    Still can't believe that Scott is no longer with us...
  • Avatar for Gradio
    A scholarship fund has been established for Scott's daughters. Please click here if you would like to donate to it:
  • Avatar for petewms
    Not only a genius musician, but a fine, fine person: humble/down-to-earth, funny, intelligent, thoughtful and generous. I am missing you, my friend.
  • Avatar for Giygaszor
    Also, for those of you who are interested, a good chunk of the Game Theory's discography is now available for free download on the Loud Family website, courtesy of the webmaster.

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