|A4||Everybody And Their Dog|
|B2||Think Of Words|
|FLESHLP1||Fitz Of Depression||Fitz Of Depression (10", Album, Ltd, Red)||Meat Records||FLESHLP1||US||1993|
|FLESHLP1||Fitz Of Depression||Fitz Of Depression (10", Album, Ltd, Blu)||Meat Records||FLESHLP1||US||1993|
Fitz of Depression is an American punk rock band from Olympia, Washington, formed in 1987. The band released three albums before splitting up in 1997. There were brief reunion tours in 2000 and 2002. The band continues to play, particularly in the Northwest, with occasional west coast tours. Formed in Olympia in 1988, the band's original lineup consisted of Mike Dees (Mikey Dees vocals, guitar), Jim Koontz (bass guitar), and Craig Becker (drums).
Swing (KLP041) by Fitz of Depression, released 13 July 2015 1. We Three 2. My Good Name 3. Form a Line 4. No Movie Tonight 5. Time to Leave 6. Connect the Dot 7. She Wants to Know 8. Mind Over Matter 9. House or Home 10. I Can't 11. New Disgrace 12. Shimmy Relentless Fitz, a band that captures so much of Olympia and Tumwater, with a touch of Aberdeen and assorted trace metals. Fry your influences like your mind on a TV commercial and some mutated form emerges that sounds good on paper, better on record and great at a party
With their second and final full-length brought to you by those fine folks at K Records, Fitz of Depression bring you the same flavor and styles of verse-chorus-verse, East Coast-influenced pogo-punk. Snotty and obnoxious like their predecessors (. Dead Boys, Ramones) but fun and more in your face.
More albums from Fitz of Depression: Swing by Fitz of Depression. View all albums . Let’s Give It A Twist. By: Fitz of Depression (1994, Rock).
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Fitz of Depression reconfigured many times over the years with Dees being the main consistent member throughout their tenure. The band was joined on stage by Nirvana and Bikini Kill and the show was filmed and featured in the 1996 grunge documentary Hype!. The band first broke up in 1997, but reunited once in 2000 for a tour with Bad Brains and then again in 2002, playing shows off and on in the subsequent years.