|April 11, 2002|
|PRESENTING DUBCAT . . .|
There is a rock group based out of Florida called DubKat, which is not the same band as Dubcat. By doing a little investigating, Skunk Records has a preliminary website up for Dubcat, with what looks to be Dubcat's logo, featuring a very familiar looking cat smoking. None of the links work on the site yet, but they look to be forthcoming. We aren't exactly sure what type of songs Dubcat will play, or whether it will be strictly covers of Long Beach Dub All Stars and Hepcat tunes, but needless to say it should be quite a show.
|HEPCAT SAILS WITH OLD NAVY|
|FRUIT COCKTAIL SETS THE RECORD STRAIGHT|
"I just came across your Hepcat site and noticed that you mentioned Greg Lee's appearance on the Old Skars and Upstarts 2001 compilation. You said that Fruit Cocktail is a supergroup featuring Greg, Tim Armstrong, Stephen Jackson, Duane Peters, and Al Barr. In actuality, Fruit Cocktail is a 3-piece British band who have recorded collaborations with the aforementioned musicians. The track "Trendy" featured on the comp is a medley of these collaborations, edited together by Duane Peters. I know this because I am the drummer in Fruit Cocktail."
You can find more information about Fruit Cocktail, at the group's official website.
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