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Customer Reviews

don't buy this.

NO IDEA will send this to you free if you order Never Ender from their site

OUT OF PRINT ON CD

This was originally a bonus-disc for the "Never Ender" album. This "Never Ender / Demos" 2xCD (and 2xLP) version was only sold through mailorder and at the band's shows. The "Demos" CD is now out of print, though the "Demos" LP is still available. So... there you go. "Demos" is for HWM die-hards only. There are plenty of other amazing HWM songs to explore before you get to this one. (Although it is a really cool group of songs for those that live and breathe HWM, don't get me wrong.)

The Bradenton Pub

I bought the 1994 demo cassette "Push for Coin" from my old buddy Chris Wollard many, many eons ago. The chemistry between these guys was undeniable from the start. I'm never NOT proud of them. So awesome to hear these again. I think I might even still have that tape!

Biography

Formed: 1994 in Gainesville, FL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The Gainesville, Florida-based post-hardcore quartet Hot Water Music were formed in 1994 by bassist Jason Black, drummer George Rebelo, and singer/guitarists Chuck Ragan and Chris Wollard. Debuting in 1995 with the 7" "Eating the Filler," they soon returned with the EP Push for Coin, rounding out the year with the release of their first full-length effort, Finding the Rhythms, on No Idea. Fuel for the Hate Game followed in 1996, but in the wake of their third album, Forever and Counting, Hot Water...
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