The Fluid reunited in the summer of 2008 for the first time in 15 years. They played at Sub Pop festival in Seattle, WA in mid July.
The Fluid were originally called Madhouse, and became The Fluid upon the arrival of vocalist John Robinson. Their first show drew a large crowd of around 400 people, and they released their first album in 1986, Punch N Judy. It was The Fluid live show that set them apart from many other Denver punk bands in the mid-1980’s. Part MC5, part Black Flag, and part Rolling Stones, the group of 5 young men from Denver, Boulder, and Austin, Texas, appealed to nearly anyone in attendance.
* John Robinson - vocals
* Matt Bischoff - bass
* James Clower - guitar
* Rick Kulwicki - guitar
* Garrett Shavlik - drums
* Punch N Judy (1986) (Rayon)
* Clear Black Paper (1988) (Sub Pop)
* Freak Magnet (1989) (Glitterhouse)
* Roadmouth (1989) (Sub Pop)
* Glue (1990) (Sub Pop)
* Spot the Loon (1992) (Fellaheen)
* Purplemetalflakemusic (1993) (Hollywood)
Edited by TheOnlyRoc on 11 Jun 2009, 09:18
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