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Underdogs
  • Artist: Rogue 40
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 643157267225
  • Item #: CDBY726722
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 6/22/2004
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Underdogs on CD

Rogue Forty (2001-2005) creatively blended catchy piano-based melodies with cacophonic discord, and counted Ben Folds Five and Pixies as equal influences. The band comprised songwriter/pianist Andrew Wood, bassist Chris Hull, drummer Robert Caruso, and guitarist Derek Baird (joining the band post-'Underdogs'). Their full-length album, 'Underdogs,' was released in March 2004, including such highlights as the jilting opening of 'Loser's Mantra,' the thoughtful simplicity of 'Momentums,' and the punk piano crowd favorites 'Cyanide' and 'Silver Spoon.' Rogue Forty disbanded in summer 2005. Singer and songwriter Andrew Wood has gone on to co-found the band Bridges and Powerlines. 'Every once in a while there's those bands that just come along and blow you away with their creativity. It's bands like Rogue Forty that create new genres of music.' - Laminated '...an unusual blend of hard piano driven rock with some incredible harmonies. We guess inevitable comparisons could be made to Ben Folds but yea these guys are that good. ' - Fevered Brain of Radio Mike 'A unique approach to music making...it will be well worth your while to check out Underdogs' - Phantom Tollbooth.