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Beauty Pill

Beauty Pill began playing together as a trio in 1999-formed by Smart Went Crazy survivors Chad Clark and Abram Goodrich and their good friend Joanne Gholl. They released their first EP, The Cigarette Girl From the Future, as a split venture between Dischord Records and Desoto Records in 2001. After the release of the EP the band was joined by Ryan Nelson (ex-Most Secret Method) and began the transformation from studio entity to a functioning live band. In the next year both Joanne and Abram parted ways amicably, and Chad and Ryan were joined by Basla Andolsun (Del Cielo), Drew Doucette ( ...read more

Beauty Pill began playing together as a trio in 1999-formed by Smart Went Crazy survivors Chad Clark and Abram Goodrich and their good friend Joanne Gholl. They released their first EP, The Cigarette Girl From the Future, as a split venture between Dischord Records and Desoto Records in 2001. After the release of the EP the band was joined by Ryan Nelson (ex-Most Secret Method) and began the transformation from studio entity to a functioning live band. In the next year both Joanne and Abram parted ways amicably, and Chad and Ryan were joined by Basla Andolsun (Del Cielo), Drew Doucette (ex-Druids) and Rachel Burke. Beauty Pill recorded and released the EP You Are Right To Be Afraid on Dischord with their new line up in the spring of 2003. The Unsustainable Lifestyle, their first full length release, came out in March 2004. The album features appearances by members past and present as well as contributions from Devin Ocampo (Faraquet, Smart Went Crazy), Chris Farrell (The Sorts, Hoover), Joe Wong, and Sahba Sizdahkhani. « hide


LPs
The Unsustainable Lifestyle
2004

EPs
You Are Right to be Afraid
2002

Cigarette Girl from the Future
2001

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