Silage (band)

Silage (Band)

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Silage was a Christian alternative band formed in the 1990s out of Grass Valley, California."". Published by Sub•Lime Records, available through the Internet Archive. Retrieved Feb. 01, 2007. Silage produced two albums, Watusi and Vegas Car Chasers on Sub•Lime Records and their parent Essential Records, respectively. The band's lineup for Watusi consisted of Damian Horne, Lance Black, and Shane Black (brothers). Chuck Cummings joined the band before the release of Vegas Car Chasers and stayed on until the eventual demise of the band.

The band was known for their quirky but spiritually relevant lyrics and their constant mix of musical styles.

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Silage produced a few independent albums before being signed to Sub*Lime Records, including "Holy Cow Food! Bagman!" in 1996 on the Sonfish Records imprint (featuring partial vocals and bass by A-F Records recording artist Ean Elliot), Liquid Spatula. Silage's first album, Watusi (1997) saw a slightly immature blend of ska, punk and hip-hop heralded mostly by the Christian underground punk scene, though songs such as "My Car Makes Me Sin," which is about traffic in Southern California, rose above the general melee. For their next release, Silage modified their sound to bring pop and hip-hop influences to the fore.<ref...
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