Flashback Foto: Name the Band! Win a Prize!

August 11th, 2011, 11:59 am by Greg

Flashback Foto

We finally had another winner last week!

It’s FLASHBACK FOTO Thursday once again, and we went digging, digging, digging through the vast Nippertown archive bunker to unearth yet another fabulous band promo photo from years gone by.

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A FREE PAIR OF PASSES to the Spectrum 8 Theatres in Albany will go to the 7th commenter who correctly identifies this band. Please keep in mind that all of the weekly Flashback Fotos are of local Nippertown bands of yesterday, which should help steer you away from guesses like Canned Heat, Coheed & Cambria and C+C Music Factory.

To make it fair, comments on this post won’t show up until we announce the winner on Monday afternoon. One comment per person, please, and be sure to leave your email address, too. We won’t publish it, but we’ll use it to contact you if you win. Good luck! It’s The Clay People, so congratulations to Jeff! (While we appreciate JES’s comment below explaining the intricacies of the two names and incarnations of the band, we decided to overlook the use of the definite article in the entries.)

19 thoughts on “Flashback Foto: Name the Band! Win a Prize!”

  1. Martyn says:

    I thinking Clay People lineup # XXX (are they in triple digits yet?)

  2. Mike H says:

    The Clay People?

  3. T Ferg says:

    That’s an easy one! But you have to be the 7th!?!?

    in that case we’ll go with… F-Timmi?

  4. j says:

    The Clay People (circa ’98)

  5. RM says:

    Clay people

  6. Rich says:

    Jane’s Addiction

  7. Normando says:

    Why isn’t Tony in the picture?

  8. Tim says:

    The photo is of the band Clay People

  9. Jeff says:

    Clay People

  10. tim fiato, sr. says:

    Clay People

  11. J. Welf says:

    clay people

  12. Sandy Butterman says:

    1000 young

  13. Brian Gilchrist says:

    clay people

  14. JES says:

    THE Clay People . . . who should be distinguished from Clay People (without the THE). They added the “THE” when they became a big metal behemoth after Dinsmore, Walsh and Guzzardi joined McGarvey, Neet and Alex Eller (who left before this photo was snapped) . . . the six-piece version of the band played one of the best live shows I’ve ever seen, playing with (if I recall correctly) Neurosis and Biohazard at Saratoga Winners. I am pretty sure this is the promo photo from their self-titled album on Mercury/Slipdisc. Great band!!!

  15. rich says:

    The Clay People

  16. Rich says:

    Could it be LORE

  17. Mike S says:

    1OOO Young

  18. Justin says:

    Looks like the Clay People to me!

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