Scaterd Few was a Christian punk band originating from Burbank, California. CCM magazine described their music as "pure punk for dread people," stating that it was a cross between Janes Addiction and Charlie Mingus. Scaterd Few initially existed from 1983 until 1984 with a brief stint in 1985. Led by Allan Aguirre, then known as Rämald Domkus, the band recorded an 11-song demo with Terry Scott Taylor (of Daniel Amos fame) as producer in June 1983.
Out of the Attic is a compilation of material from Scaterd Few's early existence - the 1983 to 1984 time frame. The release shows the roots of Scaterd Few in early 1980s punk rock. The sound is raw and rough, but clearly shows the origin of many of the Few's later sounds. In the winter of 1995, their manager, Tim Cook, secured a recording contract with Tooth & Nail Records. Newcomb, Brian Quincy (September 1991). Scaterd Few - Out of the Attic". Harvest Rock Syndicate. Pelt, Doug Van (January 1992).
Several lyrics draw their themes directly from scripture.
English examples for "Scaterd Few" - Scaterd Few never received any significant music industry awards, and received relatively little attention in mainstream media. Sin Disease was Scaterd Few's first full-length studio album. Out of the Attic is a compilation of material from Scaterd Few's early existence - the 1983 to 1984 time frame. Out of the Attic is a compilation of some of Scaterd Few's original work from 1983 and '84. Its songs are short and rough, but their basic rhythms can be heard throughout every Scaterd Few album
Compilation album by Scaterd Few. Released. The Attic, the Pearls and Three Fine Girls - is a comedy collectively written by Martha Ross, Ann Marie MacDonald, Jennifer Brewin, Alisa Palmer and Leah Cherniak.
|A1||Gave Us Life ('83 Studio)|
|B1||Anti - I'm Right|
|B3||Tid Bit (Studio)|
|B6||At The Beach|
|TART1001||scaterd-few||Out Of The Attic (CD)||Flying Tart||TART1001||US||1994|