Rejected Band Names

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"Train Won't Stop" (from issue #4) appeared in [[Zine Yearbook]], vol. 5. "DIY Wills" (from issue #7) appeared in the [[Zine Yearbook]], vol. 7.
"Train Won't Stop" (from issue #4) appeared in [[Zine Yearbook]], vol. 5. "DIY Wills" (from issue #7) appeared in the [[Zine Yearbook]], vol. 7.
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Revision as of 07:25, 17 February 2009

Rejected Band Names was a perzine by Jerianne Thompson, published from 1999 to 2004 with 8 issues. Each issue's subtitle and cover art featured a different rejected band name. The zine included pieces about Jerianne's life in the Bay Area, friendships and relationships, travelogues. Rejected Band Names #7: Big Wheel was about the death of her sister and her subsequent move back to Tennessee.

"Train Won't Stop" (from issue #4) appeared in Zine Yearbook, vol. 5. "DIY Wills" (from issue #7) appeared in the Zine Yearbook, vol. 7.

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