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The band started after Henry and original bass player Walter saw a flyer for a local battle of the bands and decided to give it a shot. Alex was recruited on drums, but The 330s never made it to the battle of the bands. The band started after Henry and original bass player Walter saw a flyer for a local battle of the bands and decided to give it a shot. Alex was recruited on drums, but The 330s never made it to the battle of the bands.
-Walter parted ways with the group due to creative differences in the spring of 2010, and the band went onto recruit John, Dan, and Matt.+Walter parted ways with the group due to creative differences in the spring of 2010, and the band went on to recruit John, Dan, and Matt.
-The 330s released a self titled album in October 2009 consisting of ten tracks most of which were recorded in a small cabin in nothern Minnesota and are download-able on last.fm. The group has not released any material with the new line up.+The 330s released a self titled album in October 2009 consisting of ten tracks most of which were recorded in a small cabin in northern Minnesota and are download-able on last.fm. The group has not released any material with the new line up.

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The 330s is a rock band from Saint Paul Minnesota consisting of Henry Mackaman (guitar/vocals), Alex Ethier (drums), Dan Clington-Mcclausland (vocals), John Mattessich (organ), and Matt Dickinson (bass). The band started after Henry and original bass player Walter saw a flyer for a local battle of the bands and decided to give it a shot. Alex was recruited on drums, but The 330s never made it to the battle of the bands. Walter parted ways with the group due to creative differences in the spring of 2010, and the band went on to recruit John, Dan, and Matt. The 330s released a self titled album in October 2009 consisting of ten tracks most of which were recorded in a small cabin in northern Minnesota and are download-able on last.fm. The group has not released any material with the new line up.