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UKWildcats
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Lexington, KY
Member since Mar 2015
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re: Favorite Super Groups Or Ones That Not Many People Knew Existed
Them Crooked Vultures is definitely one of my most loved super groups.
Oysterhead runs a close second.


Treacherous Cretin
Ohio State Fan
Columbus, OH
Member since Jan 2016
952 posts

re: Favorite Super Groups Or Ones That Not Many People Knew Existed
+1 for Oysterhead.

I got to see them five times. The first was at Les Claypool’s Frog Brigade’s post-Phish show at the Hard Rock in Vegas on 9/30/00. Everyone was expecting Trey to show up. Nobody was expecting Stewart Copeland to show up for an Oysterhead reunion as an encore. That was just their second performance since their debut in New Orleans.

Then I saw a run of four shows to kick off the Midwest portion of their 2001 tour in November of that year. Chicago -> West Lafayette -> Ann Arbor -> Cleveland. They didn’t have a huge repertoire and you mostly got the same songs every night but you got them in a different order and there was good diversity in the jams. I met up with friends in Chicago and Cleveland but I went solo to Purdue and Michigan. That was a great road trip.


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superdragon
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Dallas, TX
Member since Sep 2010
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re: Favorite Super Groups Or Ones That Not Many People Knew Existed
Supagroup


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GeauxtigersMs36
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The coast
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re: Favorite Super Groups Or Ones That Not Many People Knew Existed
Bon von toll booth and the Crome nuns


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Galactic Inquisitor
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Member since Dec 2013
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re: Favorite Super Groups Or Ones That Not Many People Knew Existed
The Sound of Animals Fighting
Rich Balling from Rx Bandits with a bunch of guys from Rx Bandits, Chiodos, and Circa Survive

Ataxia:
John Frusciante (RHCP)
Joe Lally (Fugazi)
Josh Klinghoffer (RHCP)


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KiwiHead
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Auckland, NZ
Member since Jul 2014
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re: Favorite Super Groups Or Ones That Not Many People Knew Existed
A lot of people may not realize that Asia was a Supergroup

Steve Howe - Yes
Carl Palmer - ELP
John Wetton- King Crimson
Geoff Downes - Yes/Buggles
This post was edited on 7/22 at 4:26 pm


Shotgun Willie
Member since Apr 2016
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re: Favorite Super Groups Or Ones That Not Many People Knew Existed
Power Station


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Treacherous Cretin
Ohio State Fan
Columbus, OH
Member since Jan 2016
952 posts

re: Favorite Super Groups Or Ones That Not Many People Knew Existed
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A lot of people may not realize that Asia was a Supergroup

We realize it. They just weren’t that good.


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KryptoKnight
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re: Favorite Super Groups Or Ones That Not Many People Knew Existed
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vocals Phil Anselmo (Pantera)
guitar Pepper Keenan (Corrosion of Conformity)
guitar Kirk Windstein (Crowbar)
bass Pat Bruders (Goatwhore)
drums Jimmy Bower (Crowbar)


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Grandpa
Member since Apr 2020
91 posts

re: Favorite Super Groups Or Ones That Not Many People Knew Existed
Brian May & Friends - Star Fleet Project from 1983 (the friends are Eddie Van Halen, drummer Alan Gratzer (of REO Speedwagon), Phil Chen (session bassist who played with Jeff Beck and Rod Stewart), and Fred Mandel (session keyboard player who also played as additional keyboard player on Queen's Hot Space World Tour and The Works). Roger Taylor, Queen's drummer, provided backing vocals for the title song). Starfleet Project - Brian May and Friends

Track listing:

1. Star Fleet (Bliss/arr. May)
2. Let Me Out (May)
3. Blues Breaker (May/Van Halen/Gratzer/Chen/Mandel)


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