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Vomit dichotomy (2002-2003) had a puke bucket. Influences included McDonalds double cheeseburgers and Natty Ice. Their "frontman" was kind of like a really friendly GG Alin. Audience members were encouraged to participate by puking in the puke bucket. It was really messy. Sometimes there were other bodily fluids and inter-group sex and/or violence, but all in good fun. It was pretty difficult to tell who was actually a member of the band. They were from Plainfield, VT, lived in Portland, ME, and barfed a lot. They "wrote" a few songs, many more song titles, and played around New England for awhile. Maybe their musical influences included In/Humanity, The Misfits, Brutal Truth, Drop Dead, and that guy who wrote "Life Is A Highway." For a couple of weeks they lived out of a white Buick Century, and for awhile there was a dead bird in a plate of old breakfast sausages on the dashboard. It never made any sense, and stopped happening as haphazardly as it started. They never finished writing what would have become their opus: "Mickey Mousetrap." They included former members of Lammy and The McVeighs, and members also played in Mantits, JerkOff JackOff FrigFace, Dogshit Deadbird, Dubble Trubble, The Suicide Bombers, High School Sandwich, and others. Eventually, a couple of them went on to form Pretend You're Happy and Over A Cardboard Sea, respectfully. They still barf every once in awhile.

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