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The Reunion Show was an American band from Long Island, New York. They released one album on Victory Records before three members of the group moved on to form Action Action.

The group formed from members of Step Lively, The Waiting Process, and Edna’s Goldfish in 2000, and soon after began touring the United States. They released an EP in 2002 and signed to Victory Records a few months later. Their debut full-length, Kill Your Television, arrived late that year. In the summer of 2003 guitarist Sherman and bassist Diaz left the group and were replaced by two former members of Count the Stars, Adam Manning and Clarke Foley. However, the lineup did not last long; the group broke up and three members went on to form the Victory Records band Action Action. Derrick Sherman now plays lead guitar and does backup vocals in Long Island band, Sainthood Reps.


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  • diamond_tough

    fuck I forgot how awesome a song on a scale to one to ten was! Thanx 4 the reminder!

    1 Mar 2012 Reply
  • mewers

    victory's roster was so incredible back in the early to mid 2000's! mostly laughable now...

    26 May 2011 Reply
  • tonyhoag

    There's some pop punk that I loved back when I listened to it exclusively ('02-05?) that just doesn't hold up when I relisten. THIS DOES.

    6 Aug 2009 Reply
  • vendramini87

    It took 6 years, but now I FINALLY PURCHASED THEIR CD (Japanese edition, with bonus tracks!)...THE REUNION SHOW, NEVER OVER FOR ME!

    29 Jun 2009 Reply
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  • brandnewshoe

    still wish this band would get back together for a few more shows

    19 Mar 2009 Reply
  • nunchukakatta

    Action Action are like an eighth as good as the Reunion Show were

    16 Sep 2008 Reply
  • eric_montana

    they have almost no plays...everyone forgot about them.

    28 Feb 2008 Reply
  • wilderz

    why is on a scale from one to awesome not their top track?

    19 Jan 2008 Reply
  • brandnewshoe

    i miss this band. i remember seeing them play at least once a month back in 03 :(

    19 Dec 2007 Reply
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