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98 Mute was a hardcore punk band from Hermosa Beach, California. They were formed in 1993, and signed to Theologian Records in 1995. Their first, self-titled album was released in 1996, and the band was featured on several skate videos and compilations of Californian punk. In 1997, the group toured with Blink-182 and Pennywise. A second album on Theologian followed in 1998 before the group was picked up by Epitaph Records. They released two albums on Epitaph before breaking up in September 2002, shortly after the release of their fourth full-length, After the Fall.
- also known as 04-98 Mute
- genres: Punk rock, Hardcore punk
- albums: "98 Mute", "Class of '98", "Slow Motion Riot", "After the Fall", "Sex Is an All Season Sport"
- official website: www.epitaph.com/artists/artist/10/98_Mute
"98 Mute": 98 Mute is the debut release by the hardcore punk band, 98 Mute. It was released on May 3, 1996 on Theologian Records. It was co-produced by Pennywise's guitarist Fletcher Dragge and features Justin Thirsk on drums, the brother of the late Jason Thirsk, Pennywise bass player. It was the first of four albums before the band split up. They followed this album with Class of 98 in 1998.
- genre: Hardcore punk
- released on (19 years ago)
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Quotes about 98 Mute
The past is only the present become invisible and mute; and because it is invisible and mute, its memorized glances and its murmurs are infinitely precious. We are tomorrow's past. (Mary Webb)