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The Format was an indie pop band formed in Peoria, Arizona, United States in 2001 by Sam Means and Nate Ruess.

Throughout the band's existence, the duo toured and recorded with a revolving door of musicians, and as of 2007, the band consisted of guitarists Mike Schey and Mark Buzard, bassist Don Raymond, drummer Adam Boyd, and its principal members, singer Nate Ruess and multi-instrumentalist Sam Means. The band chose their name to make fun of the music industry's inclination… read more

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  • Avatar for Geographysical
    Needs a reunion AND a new record.
  • Avatar for CagedElephants
    I wish I was an ocean.
  • Avatar for Geographysical
    The Format is way better than fun.
  • Avatar for BruceMcD2020
    Guess who had one of the most played songs on "Steven's Untitled Rock Show?" Check out the full playlist at http://spoti.fi/1xyznoT!
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  • Avatar for urdarktraveler
    i just truly love every single song from dog problems <3
  • Avatar for catchingsignals
    Thanks for the Kenneth Room Sessions. I prefer the demo version of "If Work Permits," aside from the awkward "make better time of my time" lyric. I've heard some note the NMH influence in that song and it's even more evident in the demo. A couple of these demos (that one included) have been floating around for a while but I hadn't heard most of these before. Good stuff...the new fun. live album is worthy of listening to as well...still a really great band when you strip away the production. I guess they're one of those bands now that I wish would stop making albums and just release live recordings and demos...so much better.
  • Avatar for iMoZa
    The Format - Kenneth Room Sessions (2014) http://t.co/W3cdeMO5pm
  • Avatar for ajablagargala
    these guys should get back together just saying
  • Avatar for Mad_Hatter_Wolf
    I do like fun. a bit more too, just because it sounds like a indie pop version of Queen. But that doesn't even matter much to me. Dog Problems is just to fun to listen to. No pun intended.

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