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The Enablers


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The Enablers (not to be mistaken for the post-rock/poetry band “Enablers”) is a country-tinged, punk-inspired rock and roll band formed in 2002 by Rob Coe (vocals, guitar), Addison Burns (guitar, drums, vocals), Dan Bonebrake (bass guitar, vocals), Jordan Keith Welch (drums), Todd Rockhill (guitar) and Troy Perlman (bass)

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  • mrhandiscool

    On my "Neurot Recordings One" comp it goes by "THE Enablers".

    26 Jan 2010 Reply
  • Sandor82

    @Musakak: Tagging songs of 'Enablers' using winamp's Autotag changes it into 'The Enablers', mixing up the two bands. The packaging on my cd says 'Enablers', without 'The'. It is indeed post-rock spoken word stuff.

    11 Jan 2010 Reply
  • Longniddry

    There's a band called THE Enablers and then there's a band called Enablers, who are on Neurot Recordings and make a sort of post-rock/poetry/spoken word kind of stuff...

    22 Oct 2009 Reply
  • Musakak

    Hrm. I think someone has got two bands confused. I'm not 100 percent sure myself, but it appears that there's two different bands with the name "[The] Enablers".

    21 Jul 2009 Reply
  • Jumpkid638

    I love this band. So under rated.

    19 Dec 2008 Reply

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