Globe Kid Sessions

by The JV Allstars

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Eddie Morin was a kid who lived in Omaha. He was really smart with computers and his dad ran a printing company. For shits, Eddie and his dad bought some mics and an interface and set up a small recording studio in their basement. This was the studio where some of us did demos that would wind up on Suckapunch Records' first compilation CD "Hit Em Where It Counts." This stuff was recorded somewhere in between The Havelock EP and Document the Fall and Distance, but I cant remember when. All I know is that we did these recordings while lots of people were hanging around in the same room playing video games and making noise. It was a blast. Eddie had a band called Super Molecular Dust Separator, which was basically him goofing around in his studio late at night recording crazy songs about cats and his old soccer coach. It was weird, but really funny.


released May 1, 2002

Nick Tarlowski - Guitar, Vocals
Eric Mellow - Bass, Vocals
Sean Jervey - Drums
Zack Knudsen - Keys on 'Untitled'
Craig Reier - Playing video games and laughing in the background

Recorded at Globe Kid Studios in Omaha, Nebraska

Mixed by Eddie Morin

Mastered by Calvin Hughes

Artwork from an old one sheet by Ben Hike



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The JV Allstars Lincoln, Nebraska

The JV Allstars were a pop-punk band from Lincoln, Nebraska from 2000-2012. They started like any band does, by sucking. In time, they got a little better and had lots of fun and toured a lot and released a bunch of music. Thanks!

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