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Treadmill Trackstar


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    Shouldn't I Take
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    Honor Medals
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    I Belong to You
The first incarnation of Treadmill Trackstar occured in 1992. The band received some lucky regional radio play with the first indie record Excessive Use of the Passive Voice which came out in 1994.
Treadmill spent the next few years endlessly touring the country garnishing a loyal grassroots following through good old hard work. It was fun.
<br>The touring came to a climax in the summer of 1997 when Treadmill was lucky enough to hit the summer festival circuit with the likes of Beck, Moby, Garbage, Iggy Pop, Four Non Blondes, and more – and had the chance to perform for huge crowds beyond their wildest dreams.
All this hard work paid off in 1997 when Treadmill Trackstar was signed to the Atlantic Records imprint label Breaking Records. After a valiant stab at rock and roll fame, the band was dropped a year later as part of a typical Band/Record Company story that you’ve already heard a million times.
The band attempted to go on, but the diligent work ethic that had worked so well also took a toll on band members who decided to jump off the Treadmill in 1998 to pursue other interests.
In 2007 the group reformed for a series of concerts and released 4 fan funded records over the next several years.
The band decided to celebrate their 25 year anniversary with a final show and final EP release in November 2017.<br>


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