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Background information
Years active 1995-1997
Genre(s) Alternative rock
Former Members
Adam Orth
Justin Fisher
Ed Alexander
Keith Fallis

Shufflepuck was a Los Angeles-based rock band that featured Justin Fisher (formerly of Avant Garde and later of Psoma), Adam Orth (later of Neighborly), childhood friends of Rivers Cuomo, and Keith Fallis, who previously drummed for Carnival Art, Brian Bell's pre-Weezer band. The band toured with Weezer in 1995, recorded a debut album in 1996, and contributed a song to the benefit album Hear You Me! A Tribute To Mykel And Carli. Both Fisher and Orth also contributed backing vocals to the Homie song "American Girls".



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