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The band named "Odds" was formed in Vancouver in 1987 by Craig Northey (vocals, guitar), Steven Drake (guitar, vocals), Doug Elliott (bass) and Paul Brennan (drums). The band played frequently in Los Angeles and later signed to Zoo Records. The album Neopolitan appeared in 1991; it was followed by "Bedbugs", which featured the radio hit "Heterosexual Man." In 1996 the band released "Good Weird Feeling" which went platinum in their native Canada. Paul Brennan left… read more

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  • New EP released (yesterday-ish) [url=http://www.oddsmusic.com/news/party-party-party/]Read all about it[/url] and Party, Party, Party Also catch the band as they tour across the Great White North and through your town on the CP Holiday Train!
  • Thanks for the update on a new album that is cool
  • Just a reminder of the group for Odds fans: [group]Even Odds[/group]
  • The new album - The Most Beautiful Place on Earth - [url=http://www.oddsmusic.com/news/the-most-beautiful-place-on-earth-will-come-to-you-feb-21/]will be out this month[/url]!
  • HEY - a [url=http://www.oddsmusic.com/?p=1674]new album is hinted at[/url].
  • Check out the [url=http://www.oddsmusic.com/]Odds website[/url]. Information available on the previously unreleased "[track artist=odds]Heaven Where Hell Should Be[/track]".
  • I've only just discovered them through their links to the Kids in the Hall...if only I had dug them up sooner, because I'm really digging their music right now.
  • Odds will be touring on the CP Holiday Train again this year. Show you support for your local food bank and Odds. [url=http://www.oddsmusic.com/?page_id=5]times and places[/url]
  • Forgot how much I liked their songs, although Eat my Brain is kinda bland
  • I went to see/hear Warren Zevon play at Tipitina's in New Orleans, and Odds was the opener, then they played as Warren's backup band. I was blown away. At the time, they had just released their first album, which is a classic in my book.

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