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Though the distance between the two parties involved necessitated that our interview take place over e-mail, I'm sure Denison Marrs lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Eric Collins could hear me laughing from my cubby hole in rural Ontario (that's in Canada, folks). Asked where his band's name comes from, he writes, "It was a misinterpretation of a shirt I once owned by our base player Joe. It said "Venus and Mars" and he misread the front. We thought it was funny... the rest is history." I nearly fell off my chair. Call me what you want, but that's funny. Read full article....

MEMBERS
Eric Collins (vocals, rhythm guitar)
Daniel Day (lead guitar)
Joseph Bucklew (bass)
Jonathan Bucklew (drums)

NEWS
[an error occurred while processing this directive] DISCOGRAPHY
Denison Marrs - Click to view! DENISON MARRS (2004)
The next chapter of the Denison Marrs saga comes October 26th. Hear some songs at http://purevolume.com/denisonmarrs

Then Is The New Now - Click to view!
THEN IS THE NEW NOW (2002)
Denison Marrs quote Ecclesiastes in track # 6 on their latest album: "there is nothing new under the sun." Though they doesn't do it themselves, it's easy to apply that verse to rock music today. One of the more popular new stars in my corner of Canada is Sam Roberts (a more obvious Beatles plagiarist cannot be found), and it seems that most other bands are a variation on some theme born in the middle of the last century. Read full review....

Stavesacre/World Renown For Romance - Click to view!
WORLD RENOWN FOR ROMANCE (2001)
Now out of print, this one is defintely hard to come by. But for the few who have it, World Renown is surely a great album by the Marrsians.

Stavesacre/Denison Marrs - Click to view!
STAVESACRE/DENISON MARRS SPLIT EP (2001)
Besides a couple great songs from Stavesacre, another great band, this disc has three new Denison Marrs songs.

Holding Hands @ 35,000 Ft. - Click to view!
HOLDING HANDS AT 35,000 FT. (1999)
I picked up this CD for $2 at my local Christian bookstore. As I'm guilty of doing, I judged the CD by its artwork: streams of red and blue lights across a black background. I didn't even bother to listen to the already-opened disk, because I figured it was only $2. If it were horrid, I'd simply give it away. To my delight, the talent present on the album is worth far more than $2. Denison Marrs is an intellectual band featuring rich lyrics and musical ingenuity. Read full review....

LINKS
www.denisonmarrs.com
An official website with a little bit of information but not much.

www.FloodGateRecords.com
The label's site is well-done and has some nice info on the band.

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