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So glad I've found The Impossibles

5 years ago, while in the Navy, I found an Impossibles cd in Australia on the ground, and it's been one of my favorite bands of all time. Mad respect and love for The Impossibles! GET THIS ALBUM!

"Truely Amazing"

This cd is amazing. I got to see The Impossibles before they split up, and it was by far the best show I've seen. This album is definitly one of my favorite, and I suggest to check it out. Hopefully you get as much out of it as I do.

An amazing band and an amazing CD

When I first saw The Impossibles play live, I didn't know who they were. Needless to say as soon as the show was over, I bought their CD right away and have enjoyed their music ever since. They are easily one of my top 5 favorite bands of all time. Anthology is a great compilation, but do not overlook their last album release, Return. I shed a tear the day I found out that they split up, but I will always listen to them and I will always remember the first time I heard them. If you're into rock/punk, The Impossibles are a must have.


Formed: 1994 in Austin, TX

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Austin, TX-based pop-ska band the Impossibles comprised singers/guitarists Rory Phillips and Gabe Hascall, bassist Craig Tweedy, and drummer Pat Elliott. Debuting in 1997 with a self-titled LP, the group returned the following year with an EP, Back for the Attack, before disbanding, as members of the band wanted to go to college (they had all recently graduated from high school). Phillips stuck with music, however, and soon resurfaced in Go Kappa!; he also started the Stereo with Animal Chin's...
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