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Forming in 1998, STR were a powerhouse that blended punk rock, pop punk and hardcore with a devout Christian theme. Their latest release is “Hopes For Hire” and they disbanded in 2005 to pursue other projects.

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  • I_vans

    mxpx, sick of change, str, slick shoes, delivery boy... christian melodic punkrock...!!!

    16 Apr 2013 Reply
  • autumn-shade84

    I reckon the reason why so many talented pop punk bands from the 90s are christian is both due to the success of MxPx and the strong social/community networks that exist in the church coupled with DIY/volunteer nature of running church itself...

    16 Jun 2010 Reply
  • Luckydonkey

    why are some of the best and talented pop punk bands from the 90's christian?? not that i really care it's just always baffled me. [2]

    4 Nov 2009 Reply
  • n8kowald

    boothanew: haha, so true. I need more STR. Does anyone have any STR songs they could send my way? The only stuff I can find is: http://www.mp3.com.au/STR/Music http://www.myspace.com/str I have the 'When Words Fail' EP. If you want, contact me and I'll up it for you.

    5 Mar 2009 Reply
  • sick_to_think

    love this band //

    28 Jan 2008 Reply
  • CA_Punker

    No, of course we don't. :)

    16 Feb 2007 Reply
  • _xBuZx_

    Try to find STR's music...Can someone help me?=)

    12 Jan 2007 Reply
  • t_h986

    So pissed off these guys broke up.... Again is probably one of my favourite songs ever!

    11 Oct 2006 Reply

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