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Super Bad (absolutely NO relevance to the sophomoric comedy in 2007 entitled "Superbad") started out in the mid 90's as an outlet for a group of friends who shared a passion for creating their own brand of rock, which didn't adhere to any real "genre" or classification as their music contained elements of many types of music. In other words, Super Bad does it's own thing, whatever that may be called. They played out and hit the Elm City by storm back in those days, playing places like the Tune Inn and Bar. But just as the future was looking bright for them, they had to disband due to "life changes" among members and that was that, unfortunately. However, they'd amassed quite a few original songs before all was said and done during their somewhat brief existence, and that catalogue was doomed to languish in the vaults of Super Bad obscurity. That is, until early 2011 when the boys decided to give it another whirl and pick up where they'd left off, all the wiser, with new material to boot. Only this time, the original lead guitarist, Eric Avery, moved on and has been replaced by Matt DeSanti (bass,git, vox), a friend and fan of the band since Super Bad's early days.