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Who the... What the.. SUPERGARAGE?

"These guys are the Rolling Stones, Green Day and Debbie Gibson all rolled up into one. This shit's got pop baby!!" - B. Bob Bobolini, Big Record Executive

No one is bigger. No one is louder. No one is stronger than Canada's own SUPERGARAGE. Taking over the world one province at a time with their blend of pop rock and punk, SG now has its sights set on a border blitz into America. With their highly anticipated label debut, Elvis Was Bigger Than The Beatles (Sextant/EMI), due out on February 4, 2003, SUPERGARAGE is poised to begin corrupting the youth of the world with chants of sex, drugs, rock 'n' roll and Canadian beer.

Elvis Was Bigger Than The Beatles was co-produced by SUPERGARAGE and The Davanzo Bros. and features a special guest appearance by Hugh Dillon of The Headstones on the killer tune "I'm a rockstar, Watch my videos, Buy my records, Make me famous". Mixed by Brad Nelson (Alanis Morissette, Big Sugar, Headstones) all 12 tracks take you on a ride through heaven and hell. From the bombastic "Sugar" to the ultra hooky "Texas Charm" to the dark cover of Peter Gabriel's "Here Comes The Flood", this record has it all.

Lead singer Marco DiFelice says, "We finally took control of our career on this album. We co-produced for the first time and got exactly what we wanted - a full-out rock assault like the live show". With bands like The Hives, The White Stripes and The Vines ushering in the return of rock, there is no better time than now for SUPERGARAGE to bring its travelling pop freak show, complete with scissor kicks, attitude and a whole lot of sweat, to a town near you. SG have toured cliffs to plains and seas to lakes with Canadian hell dogs The Headstones, The Matthew Good Band and Big Sugar, as well as Soul Asylum. They've come a long way from their humble beginnings in Thorold, Ontario - a small border town outside of Niagara Falls.

In 2001, SUPERGARAGE ran naked into the streets with their third rock album "Demolition". The critically acclaimed album (they have the press clips to prove it) is a rock 'n' roll cluster-fuck by a band of "old school" rockers who live to play and call the cold road home. Demolition was produced by Canadian wonder boy Dale Penner (Nickelback) and Lowest of the Low hero John Arnott.

SUPERGARAGE jumped full tilt into the music scene in 1996 with the release of their now classic 6-song EP "Duct Tape", which contains their first indie hit "Post Teen Crisis". In 1997, SG released "Self-Titled Debut Album By" (Iron Music), with two tracks "Fave" and "Elvis" receiving modest video and airplay. In early 2000, SUPERGARAGE was a finalist in EDGE 102's, Canada's premier pop/rock radio station, "New Rock Search". If that wasn't enough kids, SG were the grand prize winners of the Yahoo!/BMG/Ford Music Contest, receiving $25,000 in prizes for their song "Five Year Rut". SUPERGARAGE enjoyed ball-breaking video success for their track "Cheryl", heavy on both MTV and Muchmusic. Put that in your pipe and smoke it palooka!!

Marco DiFelice - Vocals
Adam Mott - Guitar
Rob Passero - Bass
Mike Rosenthal - Drums