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After the break up of Heatmiser in 1996, many members of the former grunge band moved onto other things: while Elliott Smith continued to pursue his blossoming solo career, co-songwriter and co-frontman Neil Gust pushed forward with the creation of No. 2.

Consisting of Gust (guitar/vocals), Paul Pulvirenti (drums), (initially) Gilly Ann Hanner (later replaced by Jim Talstra) and a changing roster of friends, the group produced the 1999 album "No Memory", an album which carried the style and… read more

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  • This band is so underground :D
  • This band is so underground :D
  • i like the how No.2 has a song called 8:45am and Elliott Smith has a song called 2:45am. heh
  • i like the how No.2 has a song called 8:45am and Elliott Smith has a song called 2:45am. heh
  • Amazon has both albums: http://www.amazon.com/No.-2/e/B000APIGGU/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1284834289&sr=8-1
  • Amazon has both albums: http://www.amazon.com/No.-2/e/B000APIGGU/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1284834289&sr=8-1
  • A link would be very nice indeed, specially one to What Does Good Luck Bring. Anyone? :(
  • A link would be very nice indeed, specially one to What Does Good Luck Bring. Anyone? :(
  • It'd be nice if someone could link me to a download of either of the albums. I'm a big fan of Heatmiser.
  • It'd be nice if someone could link me to a download of either of the albums. I'm a big fan of Heatmiser.

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