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Facefest 2006... 30 bands on 2 stages! (band order not confirmed yet) Electric Cigar, Straight Up, The Bughouse Five, Rocket Fins, Tio Madre, Cadaver Dogs, Amplitude, The Cryptos, Kidd Napalm,Ignitor,: Ubersissy, Aging Youth Gang, Tony Balony & The Rubes, Motorama, Transylvanian Polka, Betty Kracker, The Rain And The Sidewalk, click 'more info' for full list

Sat. May 27th 2006 7:30 pm - 2:30 am Railway Club (No Minors) 7:30 pm - 2:30 am
a measly $10
Presented by: FacePlant Productions
FaceFest 2006
Saturday, May 27th
Railway Club
7:30 pm til 2:30am

The legendary annual concert continues, this time with nearly 30 of Vancouver's best acts on two stages in one night!

All bands will play 12-15 min. sets on two stages - main stage and the back room.

Bands Confirmed so far (not in order yet):

Electric Cigar
Straight Up
The Bughouse Five
Rocket Fins
Aging Youth Gang
Tio Madre
Cadaver Dogs
Betty Kracker
Transylvanian Polka
The Cryptos
Kidd Napalm
Uber Sissy
The Remenants
Richard Fordham
New Cumberland Wrasslers
The Alleycats
Captain D-Hab and the Strugglers
The Rain and the Sidewalk
The Reverberators
Tony Balony & the Rubes
Sanne Lambert Trio
Twelve Year Old Girl
The Hipgnostics
Hard Candy

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ex-muscle bitches Rev. Kitten Flesh, Gunthar the Pounder, and Rocky Von Shovelhead join Marcus from Motorama and make a metal mess to remind them selves what loudness sounded like, and they were glad. motorhead meets morons, this is fun stuff. more info

Aging Youth Gang

Formed in 1992 from the ashes of two seminal Vancouver punk bands, The Spores and Curious George. AYG started playing small clubs and boozecans around town and soon garnered a small but loyal following. After releasing an excellent four song demo tape. They went into the studio and recorded a full length album that was eventually titled "Not De... more info

Motorama (garage Punk)

revved up, stripped down, revved right the heck back up again, we bring it and we leave it right there on the carpet more info

Betty Kracker

Betty Kracker kicked off their live music takeover of Vancouver at the Railway Club in July, as participants of FaceFest 2004 (dozens were slain, appreciation flowed). The song "S.C.W." recorded live at FaceFest, was recorded at FacePlant for Red Cat Records anti-Campbell compilation spring 2005. Full length ep "Easy Bay Coven" was released ... more info

The Rain And The Sidewalk (moody semi-electronic post-post-punk art-pop)

moody semi-electronic post-post-punk art-pop more info
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