1989 – 1994 (5 years)
Red Letter Day has been the name of at least eight different bands:
1. A punk band from the Portsmouth region of the UK;
2. a folk/blues band from the Eastern US that consisted of Suzanna Mallow and Andrea Jones (and does not appear to be recording any longer);
3. a hard rock band from the Virginia region of the US that mostly performs live.
4. A pop band from Hamburg, Germany, 1989-1994.
6. A punk rock band from Chicago, Illinois comprised of Dewayne Hankins, Michael Bush and Matt Kelm. They self-released one album titled "Wake Up to the Dream" in 2001 recorded by Matt Allison (Alkaline Trio, Lawrence Arms) at Atlas Studios
7. A darkly tinged band from Minneapolis, MN, from the early 80s, featuring Scott Macdonald, later of Arcwelder.
8. A late 90s band from Minneapolis, MN featuring Chris Besinger, later of The Stnnng.
Discography of #1
1985 Wherever You May Run
1986 Released Emotions (EP)
1987 Take Me in Your Arms
1988 Soft Lights and Loud Guitars
1991 More Songs About Love and War
1993 333xUp & Down
1995 Nothing At This Moment In Time
1999 Happy New Year/Drama Queen
2000 Chance Meetings - The Best Of Red Letter Day 1985-1999
2004 More Songs About Love And War (re-issue)
2005 Everything Matters
Discography of #2
1996 Four Bowls of Colour
1997 Until Then (EP)
Discography of #3
Discography of #4
22.Nov 1989 Hibernation (7") on Marsh Marigold Records GOLD 03
29.Nov 1990 Red Letter Day (LP)
on Marsh Marigold Records - MARI 01
25.Nov 1991 The Absurd Garden (LP)
on Marsh Marigold Records - MARI 02
1 Apr 1993 Table & Chairs (CD3)
on Marsh Marigold Records - GOLD 13
Discography of #5
Red Letter Day (1997) on Eulogy Recordings
Discography of #6
Wake Up to the Dream (2001) - Self-released
Discography of #7
Hypnotic Tornado Cassette (Sonic Boom Records)
Groove Monster (Sonic Boom Records)
Discography of #8
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