|Genres:||Pop / Rock|
|Tags:||rock punk rock punk alternative alternative rock pop punk emo|
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The 90s saw its fair share of pop punk outfits crop up in the USA, such as the San Diego, California-based Unwritten Law. Originally formed in 1990, the band went through countless line-up changes in its early years. Original drummer Wade Youman was eventually joined by Scott Russo (vocals), John Bell (bass), Rob Brewer (guitar) and Steve Morris (guitar). Unwritten Law debuted in 1994 with the independently released Blue Room, before signing with Epic Records (primarily for better distribution), which in turn reissued their debut. Their second album surfaced a year later, 1996s Oz Factor, which was produced by Bad Religions Greg Graffin, as the band switched labels once more, this time to Interscope Records. Their self-titled, Rick Parashar-produced third album was issued in 1998. Shortly before its release Bell was replaced by Pat Kim of Sprung Monkey.
The quintet waited four years before issuing another release, Elva, which saw...