What's in the Fridge? - Lost EP

by Ian James Music



Culled from the last recording sessions the Massachusetts band "What's in the Fridge" did in 1993 at West Sound Recording Studios in Londonderry NH. From 1991 to 1994 What's in the Fridge recorded and released four EP cassettes. "One Chromosome Short", "Due To Incompetence" "Losing Necessary Cohesion" and "No Apparent Motive" while building a name and following throughout New England. There was a better recording of two of these songs Discard and Drown that was recorded in a shed on Salisbury Beach MA, but the where abouts of that session is a mystery. Discard and Drown, may arguably be the bands best material, but it was never presented on an official release. until now. This is the childhood band of Joe Osborne aka Joe Riot (vocals and guitar), Christian Balcom aka Ian James (Bass), and Marc Davey (Drums).


released June 1, 1993



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Ian James Music Lowell, Massachusetts

I'm a solo, one man band from Lowell MA USA. My style is rock n roll with a modern touch and a nod to my influences Jimi Hendrix, Tommy Bolin, and Fela Kuti. My main weapon is electric guitar, and I use it almost semi automatically, to shoot down the notion that rock is dead. ... more

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