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    Lucky Boys Confusion

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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Do You Miss Me (Killians) lyrics
    2Le Chanson du Soldat lyrics
    3Masala lyrics
    4Sunday Afternoon (Featuring Half Pint) lyrics
    5Champions Dub lyrics
    6This Town Ain't Big Enough For Both Of Us lyrics
    740/80 lyrics
    8Straight From The Top lyrics
    9What Gets Me High lyrics
    10Cockboy's Daddy lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Throwing The Game [2001]
    2Growing Out Of It [1998]
    3Commitment [2003]
    4The Soapbox Spectacle [2000]
    6The Red Tape Outtakes (Demos And Heartbreaks) [2005]
    7How To Get Out Alive [2006]


    Kaustubh (Stubhy) Pandav - Vocals
    Adam Krier - Guitars, Vocals, Hammond B3 Organ, Piano
    Ryan Fergus - Drumkit
    Joe Sell - Guitars
    Jason Schultejann - Bass Guitar

    Lucky Boys Confusion is a rock band from the Chicago suburbs in DuPage County. Known as LBC by their fans, the group has built a dedicated following by touring furiously throughout the midwest prior to their first major label release in 2001 and continuing to tour relentlessly since then throughout the nation.

    LBC's music has been described as a mix of punk, ska, and hip hop. LBC consists of vocalist Kaustubh (Stubhy) Pandav, guitarist/vocalist Adam Krier, guitarist Joe Sell, bassist Jason Schultejann, and drummer Ryan Fergus. The band's music often deals with suburban existence and has connected to a large core of followers. Stubhy and Adam write the majority of the band's songs.

    LBC is one of a select group of rock bands with a non-caucasian band member, let alone a non-caucasian lead singer. Some other noted bands with non-caucasian members are Sum 41, System of a Down, Queen and No Doubt. No Doubt, Queen and LBC all have a member of Indian origin. Stubhy's experience growing up with recent immigrants to the U.S. are a popular theme of the band's lyrics.

    The band formed in 1997 shortly after the breakups of Stubhy and Ryan's band Farmboy and Adam and Joe's band Spinning Jenny. After recruiting Jason on bass, the group quickly released an EP, "What Gets Me High". In late 1998, they released their first full length album, "Growing Out Of It". The group toured around the midwest and quickly gained a large following for their high energy shows. The fan base worked hard at promoting the band, fostering a strong loyalty to the fans. The members of the street team and fans of the group are known as the "420 Geeks". In 2000, the band released the "The Soapbox Spectacle", featuring "Dumb Pop Song" (which had gained plenty of airplay on Chicago alternative rock station Q101), a new version of "Fred Astaire", and five new songs. During this time, the band also recorded a video for the song "Dumb Pop Song".

    In 2000, the band was signed by Elektra Records. They headed to California in the fall of 2000 to begin recording their new album, "Throwing the Game". This album also featured new versions of songs from their first two releases and several new songs. The band released a video for the song "Bossman" featuring Beenie Man. The group appeared on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn to promote this album in 2001 with a performance.

    The band headed again to California to record their second album for Elektra Records, "Commitment". Michael Miguel Happoldt of Sublime produced the album, much to the delight of the band (Sublime is one of their biggest influences). The album featured 15 new songs, and also shifted more of a move to power rock and less of an influence from ska or hip hop. The band recorded a video for the song "Hey Driver". "Hey Driver" was a song in the game MVP baseball 2004. Also found in movies Looney Tunes: Back In Action, Without a Paddle, and New York Minute.

    The band continued their constant touring throughout 2004. One of the best features of the group is their continued support of the Chicago suburban music scene that developed them. A staple of the group is now playing a 2-night set with various local bands in Chicago every year in the week before New Year's at Chicago club the Metro.

    In 2004, the band was dropped by Elektra Records after achieving moderate success with both albums on that label. In August 2005, the band independently released The Red Tape Outtakes (Demos And Heartbreaks), a 12 song collection of unreleased tracks and outtakes.

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