The Campfire Girls is a U.S. rock band from Los Angeles, California. The band formed in 1993. After building some hype in the Hollywood Ca. area, the band quickly received some attention from the major record label Interscope. Their first release was the 'Mood Enhancer' Ep, this was supposed to be followed by a full CD.
On the Speakers was a short lived independent-alternative rock band featuring lead singer Ian Sefchick, formerly of Creeper Lagoon. They released only one album, a 2004 self entitled EP, through Universal Records before parting amicably sometime in 2005. On the Speakers remains on indefinite hiatus.
A one-off collaboration track, "Release Me" (a cover of the Engelbert Humperdinck classic), was released by this "band" as a B-side on a Def Leppard single in the late '80s. The song has recently resurfaced on the 2006 20th Anniversary remaster of the Def Leppard album, "Hysteria".
Fear Of Music were a four-piece indie/alternative band from Manchester, UK. They are named after an LP by the band Talking Heads. They formed in 2001 as a threesome consisting of Jo Rose (vocals/guitar/keys), Ali Esmaail (bass) and Chris Stanley (drums). Mike Ward joined the band in 2003 as an additional guitarist after being introduced to the other two members by Jo.
Send for Help are a four-piece indie rock band from San Francisco, California. Their music is self-described as being "melodic, epic at times, dark and mysterious, and honest", featuring quiet vocals and a lo-fi sound.