Red Dye No.5

Between 1993-1996, Red Dye No.5 was a highly regarded San Diego noise-pop quartet comprised of Lisah Nicholson (vocals), Patrick Padilla (guitar), James Reader (bass) and Scott Frazier (drums). Shortly after forming, Red Dye No.5 recorded their first demos at Hit Single in El Cajon, California and started sending out these songs to labels like Silver Girl, SpinArt and Candy Floss. Flip Records sent them to record with Tim O'Heir at Fort Apache Studios in Cambridge, MA in 1996. The band members would go on to record as Black Songs, A.M. Vibe and Dewey Defeats Truman.

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  • Fuzzbomb (7" Vinyl)
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    SG-020
    Released 4/1/1995
  • Fort Apache Sessions (12" LP)
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    SG-041
    Released 2016