Lagwagon is a punk rock band based in the small town Goleta located just outside Santa Barbara, California. They have released 8 albums through Fat Wreck Chords (What about leftovers was released through My Records), and lead singer Joey Cape is also in punk rock cover band Me First & The Gimme Gimmes and Bad Astronaut with whom he released two albums. In 2004, Joey released a split acoustic album (called Acoustic) together with No Use For A Name vocalist Tony Sly, which features acoustic versions of songs by both bands. Their latest album, entitled Resolve, was released on the 1st of November 2005.
Joey Cape - Vocals
Chris Flippin - Guitar
Chris Rest - Guitar
Jesse Buglione - Bass
Dave Raun - Drums
Shawn Dewey - Guitar (1990-1997)
Derrick Plourde - Drums (1990-1996)
Ken Stringfellow - Guitar (1997)
The new album Resolve is a homage to the life of Derrick Plourde, original drummer for Lagwagon and Bad Astronaut. The twelve songs on Resolve take the listener on an emotional trek filled with passion, power, and the melodious angst you know and love from Lagwagon.
Double Plaidinum (1997)
Let's Talk About Feelings (1998)
A Feedbag of Truckstop Poetry (7", 2000)
Let's Talk About Leftovers (compilation of rare and previously unreleased tracks, 2000)
Live in a Dive (2005)
Lagwagon has also featured on several compilations
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Love Lagwagon | Reviewer: nic | 1/21/2008
Lagwagon could possibly be the best band i have ever heard, they have been a part of my life for 15yrs and i still love them. Joey Cape would also be the sexiest man alive as far as im concerned. Many good nights have been had listening to them and seeing them live.
Awesome Band | Reviewer: Anonymous | 3/23/2006
Lagwagon are a band that just keep getting better and better. In the past they have been accused of plagiarising NoFX and although their latest album, Resolve possibly sounds the most like NoFX so far, they certainly can't be accused of plagiarism any longer. Innovative chord sequences, which intelligently avoid all the cliche turns of harmony that characterise more mediocre punk, soaring melodies and supreme drumming from Dave Raun characterise the worthy tribute to former drummer Derrick Plourde and add another great album to an already formidable catalogue. Also released recently is their Live in a Dive album, which features just about every track you could ask for on a live album. The only addition that it would be good to see is 'Alison's disease' so far only released on a Fat Music compilation.
The best band | Reviewer: Saul Jones | 8/9/2005
This is THE best band ever...the only band that could possibly be better, more likely be just as good is Rancid
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