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Worst Case Scenario started out in 1994 with Justin Trosper and Brandt Sandeno from Unwound as another of the many bands they formed together. That summer was a little slow for Unwound's hoped-for tour schedule so they decided to start another hardcore-influenced band while working day jobs. As they began practicing in the basement of the Olympia punk house "Lucky 7", long time friend and roommate Chris Jordan jumped in as the vocalist. Sandeno soon recruited his college friend, Scott Larsen, that had recently moved from Minneapolis. They quickly wrote about an album's worth of songs and recorded them with Tim Green at the Red House for a "demo tape" that Tobi Vail released on her tape label, Bumpidee. 1995 saw another Tim Green recording with 7-inch records on Lookout Records and Troubleman. This LP contains all of the forementioned material.In 1996 they recorded a full length record with "Seasick" Steve Wold in Olympia for Vermiform which resulted in the self-titled vinyl LP and The Complete Works of Worst Case Scenario CD collection a year later.WCS played a few random shows, mostly in Olympia, with friends' touring bands from 1994-96 and set up a national tour for the summer of '97. Shortly before the tour Jordan was injured in a random accident and then Larsen broke his wrist in a work accident, rendering the band unable to embark on the tour. To cap it off, the one sheet of paper that had all the venues' contacts for the tour was destroyed in a laundry related incident and the band was unable to properly cancel the tour. Apropos to their name.They disbanded amicably later that year with members moving away from town and taking on more demanding tour and work schedules.
Worst Case Scenario started out in 1994 with Justin Trosper and Brandt Sandeno from Unwound as another of the many bands they formed together. That summer was a little slow for Unwound's hoped-for tour schedule so they decided to start another hardcore-influenced band while working day jobs. As they began practicing in the basement of the Olympia punk house "Lucky 7", long time friend and roommate Chris Jordan jumped in as the vocalist. Sandeno soon recruited his college friend, Scott Larsen, that had recently moved from Minneapolis. They quickly wrote about an album's worth of songs and recorded them with Tim Green at the Red House for a "demo tape" that Tobi Vail released on her tape label, Bumpidee. 1995 saw another Tim Green recording with 7-inch records on Lookout Records and Troubleman. This LP contains all of the forementioned material.In 1996 they recorded a full length record with "Seasick" Steve Wold in Olympia for Vermiform which resulted in the self-titled vinyl LP and The Complete Works of Worst Case Scenario CD collection a year later.WCS played a few random shows, mostly in Olympia, with friends' touring bands from 1994-96 and set up a national tour for the summer of '97. Shortly before the tour Jordan was injured in a random accident and then Larsen broke his wrist in a work accident, rendering the band unable to embark on the tour. To cap it off, the one sheet of paper that had all the venues' contacts for the tour was destroyed in a laundry related incident and the band was unable to properly cancel the tour. Apropos to their name.They disbanded amicably later that year with members moving away from town and taking on more demanding tour and work schedules.
711574956715
Worst Case Scenario - Studies In Pessimism

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Format: Vinyl
Label: L.G. RECORDS
Rel. Date: 06/28/2024
UPC: 711574956715

Studies In Pessimism
Artist: Worst Case Scenario
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. Track 1
2. Statue of Liberty
3. Track 3
4. Correct Posture
5. Track 5
6. Umbilical Noose
7. Track 7
8. Eight Penny Nail
9. Track 9
10. Blood of Christ
11. Track 11
12. I Don't Want to Hit You Anymore
13. Track 13
14. Checkin' Out
15. Track 15
16. Caps
17. Track 17
18. Studies in Pessimism
19. 1
20. Dry Material
21. 1
22. Golden Consolation Knife
23. 1
24. Twenty Degrees Cooler
25. 1
26. Metro Gnomes
27. 1
28. Angry Devil
29. 1
30. Blood of Christ (Live)

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Worst Case Scenario started out in 1994 with Justin Trosper and Brandt Sandeno from Unwound as another of the many bands they formed together. That summer was a little slow for Unwound's hoped-for tour schedule so they decided to start another hardcore-influenced band while working day jobs. As they began practicing in the basement of the Olympia punk house "Lucky 7", long time friend and roommate Chris Jordan jumped in as the vocalist. Sandeno soon recruited his college friend, Scott Larsen, that had recently moved from Minneapolis. They quickly wrote about an album's worth of songs and recorded them with Tim Green at the Red House for a "demo tape" that Tobi Vail released on her tape label, Bumpidee. 1995 saw another Tim Green recording with 7-inch records on Lookout Records and Troubleman. This LP contains all of the forementioned material.In 1996 they recorded a full length record with "Seasick" Steve Wold in Olympia for Vermiform which resulted in the self-titled vinyl LP and The Complete Works of Worst Case Scenario CD collection a year later.WCS played a few random shows, mostly in Olympia, with friends' touring bands from 1994-96 and set up a national tour for the summer of '97. Shortly before the tour Jordan was injured in a random accident and then Larsen broke his wrist in a work accident, rendering the band unable to embark on the tour. To cap it off, the one sheet of paper that had all the venues' contacts for the tour was destroyed in a laundry related incident and the band was unable to properly cancel the tour. Apropos to their name.They disbanded amicably later that year with members moving away from town and taking on more demanding tour and work schedules.
        
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