Woodenhorse played a rocking melodic almost poppunk style that sounded like they could've been from the late 80s D.C. scene. But instead they came from Pensacola, Florida, where the band started out in the mid 80s as The Headless Marines. Around 1989/1990 they had some changes in line-up and sound, and decided they also needed a new bandname to go along with it, so they changed their name to Woodenhorse. The 'Title' 7" was their first record under the new name, and while this is not my usual cup of tea, Woodenhorse definitely makes the cut, this is a great solid 7". It was released in 1991 by House O' Pain, a Nashville, TN based label that seemed to focus on local bands for the most part, this Woodenhorse 7" being an exception to that rule. Afterwards the band would release another 7" and a full-length CD before calling it quits. Their singer Skott Cowgill is now a painter/graffiti-artist in San Fransisco, and some of the other members now play in a band called 60 Cycles Of Sound. Enjoy!
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Vegan sXe hardcore fanatic. My fave music is '90s metallic hardcore, however I listen to all kinds of hardcore, from '80s DC hardcore to '90s emo to current beatdown and pretty much anything inbetween. And yes, I love 108.