Vs. The Theory of Evolution
If you're reading this we'll assume you haven't seen the VH1 behind the scene special about blister yet, (narrated by Mr. Neil Sadaka), or you have seen it, and you want even more dirt! (you sick little freaks) Raleigh, N.C. USA late 90s. On the brink of relocating once again in the search of a guitarist that would complete their band, Larry Love & Natasha Fatale decided to have one more go at it. Love would put up the fliers they made, blanketing the local music shops & Natasha would screen the onslaught of calls they were sure to receive. 'We were always a pretty hot item, there's no shortage of guitar players looking to join a ready made band' Natasha. 'Yeah, the problem is finding a guitarist with the ability and without the typical guitar god attitude.' Love. Dave Dred came across their flier while out hanging fliers of his own. 'I had moved to town a few months prior, I had just found a place to crash, but I had no friends, no job, and I knew nothing about the local music scene. I needed a band...bad' Dred. Dred made the call that night, and after surviving Natasha's grueling phone interview, the three met for a practice session the following week. Their musical bond was almost immediate. Cranking out 9 original songs in a weeks time, and playing their first gig a few weeks later, Love, Natasha, & Dred all knew they had found the chemistry they were looking for. Now it's 2004 and Blister has just released it's first full length studio CD, Vs. The theory of evolution. The new CD raises a flag for all the punkers who are tired of all that impotent SoCal punk that's been muddying up the scene. So come join 'em. The van is packed, the amps are warm & they're headed to your town.