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In 2015, via PledgeMusic , the band The International Swingers raised the money to record their first full-length self-titled album, The International Swingers (originally under the working title Whatever Works Now ). The album was recorded at Studio 606 in LA which is owned by the Foo Fighters . It was then mixed by Peter Walsh who has worked with Simple Minds , Pulp and most recently Scott Walker . [19]

Following two relatively quiet years after the 1994 breakup, John Easdale began performing live music again in 1996, doing shows in both New Jersey and the . area. He assembled a band that he has on occasion called 'The John Easdale Group', and has also casually named it 'The Newcomers', but which in reality featured Dramarama's Mark Englert, as well as Peter Wood for East Coast appearances. Other Newcomers have included fellow eggBERT alum Nick Celeste (of former Bongo Richard Barone 's band and once the frontman for In Color; has also worked with Aimee Mann and Jules Shear ) on guitar, Muddy Shews on bass, Danny Roselle on keys and guitar, and Chris O'Hara on drums. However, eventually Easdale was able to find steady players in Mike Davis, Tony Snow and Craig Ballam, who connected with Easdale circa 1996. In 1998, John Easdale released a "solo" CD on the eggBERT label called Bright Side , on which many of the tracks featured musicians with ties to both Dramarama and the Newcomers, including Mark Englert and Clem Burke, as well as Mike Davis, Tony Snow and Craig Ballam, who also contributed production and engineering skills. Prior to Bright Side , Easdale issued a homegrown, fan-only, no-label version of the Bright Side CD in 1996 that contained versions of songs that made the final cut, as well as some that did not. Easdale refers to it as his "blueprint" for the final collection, and fans call it the "pre-release" Bright Side .

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