spiffysecretSpiffy: Secret

Tony Lombardo was in the Descendents for six years, ‘leaving after I Don’t Want to Grow Up’ was recorded. Fellow ex-Descendents member Ray Cooper joined Tony and Joel Bratton from All Day to create Spiffy. Spiffy released only 7″s to my knowledge. This 7″ ‘Secret’ is the other half of their discography. It has three catchy songs and is my favorite release of their short lived career. I believe this only had about two hundred and fifty releases on Elastic Records but I still see it pop up from time to time in record store. Do yourself a favor and pick it up if you like catchy Descendents, ALL, and Chemical People type stuff.

1. Secret
2. In The Mail
3. Make It

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Spiffy: Don’t Know

Tony Lombardo was in the Descendents for six years, ‘leaving after I Don’t Want to Grow Up’ was recorded. Fellow ex-Descendents member Ray Cooper joined Tony and Joel Bratton from All Day to create Spiffy. Spiffy released only 7″s to my knowledge. ‘Don’t Know’ is 50% of the bands discography, released in 1996 this contains two poppy upbeat tunes in the same vain as the Descendents. Spiffy is a band that has been slept on all these years, very underrated, I wish they would have put out more records. This was released on Junk Records and you can still find a copy floating around if you look, spend a couple bucks if you see it, you might be surprised at how much you enjoy this hidden gem.

1. Didn’t Know
2. Intensive Care Unit

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