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Quarter Inch Contacts

Quarter Inch Contacts

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Band History: Ok, here is one of the necessary evils of the biz...a band bio. You see, we are not much for talking about ourselves online; we like to do our talking on stage! Regardless, here is our story for those who are interested: Visually Impaired was originated in 1992 by Dennis Blanchard and Dean Sears. After some lineup changes in the early 90's, which included replacing the band's original Drummer with Scott Lloyd, a newcomer to the then punk scene, and the band's original Bass player James McNeil (keep this name in mind) with Travis Serio, a long time Punk Veteran; Visually Impaired built up a large following and recorded their first self-titled album Visually Impaired in 1992. Despite enjoying great success in the club scene, Visually Impaired was forced to put things on hold in 1994 due to many factors, the largest being Scott Lloyd relocating to Southeast Asia. Visually Impaired reunited with all of it's previous members, except for the band's original Rhythm Guitarist, after Scott Lloyd returned to the United States in the later stages of 1998. Keith Owen, a long time friend of the band, was asked to step in and fill the vacant Rhythm Guitar slot. In June of 2000 Visually Impaired re-entered the studio to record The Blind EP, a five song sampling of their new material. The band returned to the studio in 2001 to start production on their new Full Length LP, Quarter-Inch Contacts, which was finally released in 2002 after numerous disc production mishaps by company that will remain nameless slowed the works. (Thanks K Disc for helping us out in our time of need.) Quarter-Inch Contacts received great reviews from various websites, proving that Visually Impaired was still a force to be reckoned with, despite the bands layoff. In May of 2003, Keith Owens decide to step behind the scenes to chase his dream of owning a promotion company and rebuilding the punk scene on the east coast. This prompted the return of James McNeil, and the beginning of a new chapter as Visually Impaired now prepares to roll on to bring quality fast paced rock to the masses.

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Artist: Visually Impaired
Title: Quarter Inch Contacts
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 11/02/2003
Label: CD Baby
Media Format: CD
UPC: 823613000126
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