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Pg. 99

Pg. 99 (also spelled pageninetynine) was a punk band from Sterling, Virginia on the outskirts of Washington, D.C. The band formed as a 6-piece in winter 1998 and later expanded to an 8-piece. With continual line-up changes, they once played as a 14 member outfit. Pg. 99 were known for their intense live shows.

After several US tours, a European tour, and numerous releases, they disbanded in May 2003. Guitarist Mike Taylor cited struggles with maintaining a large line-up due to schedule conflicts, and issues with drinking as major reasons for why Pg. 99 broke up. Taylor also ...read more

Pg. 99 (also spelled pageninetynine) was a punk band from Sterling, Virginia on the outskirts of Washington, D.C. The band formed as a 6-piece in winter 1998 and later expanded to an 8-piece. With continual line-up changes, they once played as a 14 member outfit. Pg. 99 were known for their intense live shows.

After several US tours, a European tour, and numerous releases, they disbanded in May 2003. Guitarist Mike Taylor cited struggles with maintaining a large line-up due to schedule conflicts, and issues with drinking as major reasons for why Pg. 99 broke up. Taylor also said, "It was like a dysfunctional family where a group of people needed to give each other some space and clarity." Two releases completed before the group's break up have yet to see light: a DVD compiling various live footage, and a split 10" with City of Caterpillar containing both band's last songs recorded.

Pg. 99 performed a one-off reunion performance on August 2011. The group performed Document #8 in its entirety at the Best Friend's Day festival in Richmond, Virginia. When asked about the future of the band, Taylor said: "We felt that if [Best Friend's Day] went well—how we play,how we sound, how we felt—we'd be up for more. If we're going to do it, it's gotta be right and has to feel good. Community is one of the things that made Pg. 99 gigs so special." After the Best Friend's Day festival sold out, Pg. 99 scheduled a second performance on August 27 at TheBlack Cat in Washington, DC. « hide

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LPs
Document #12
2002

4
96 Votes
Document #8
2001

4.2
692 Votes
Document #7
2001

3.8
123 Votes
Document #5
2000

4
328 Votes
EPs
Document #9: A Split Personality
2001

3.6
44 Votes
Document #6
2000

3.6
63 Votes
Document #4
1999

3.5
44 Votes
Document #3
1999

3.4
52 Votes
Document #2
1999

3.2
58 Votes
Document #1
1999

3.3
63 Votes
Live Albums
Document #10: Do You Need a Place to Stay?
2001

3.2
29 Votes
Compilations
Document #14: Singles
2003

4
61 Votes
Document #11
2001

3.6
60 Votes

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