Paw

Members of Paw: Charles Bryan, Grant Fitch, Mark Hennessy, Peter Fitch

Discography of Paw:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Hope I Die Tonight 3 Audio 1995 A&M Records
2 Sleeping Bag 2 Audio 1993 A&M Records
3 Dragline 12 Audio 1993 A&M Records
4 Traitors & Covers 5 Audio 1995 A&M Records
5 Paw 4 Audio 1992
6 Jessie 3 Audio 1993 A&M Records
7 Death To Traitors 15 Audio 1995 A&M Records
8 Home Is A Strange Place 7 Audio 2000 Koch Records
9 Dragline 12 Audio 1993 A&M Records
10 Couldn't Know 3 Audio 1993 A&M Records
11 Death To Traitors 14 Audio 1995 A&M Records
12 Home Is A Strange Place 7 Audio 2000 Koch Records
13 Sleeping Bag 4 Audio 1993 A&M Records
14 Jessie 2 Audio 1994 A&M Records
15 Jessie 3 Audio 1993 A&M Records
16 Jessie 3 Audio 1993 A&M Records
17 Dragline 12 Audio 1993 A&M Records
18 Lolita 2 Audio 1992 Nasty Pope Records
19 Sleeping Bag 2 Audio 1992 Nasty Pope Records
20 Jessie 3 Audio 1994 A&M Records
21 Keep The Last Bullet For Yourself 10 Audio 1998 Outlaw Records (6)
22 Hope I Die Tonight 2 Audio 1995 A&M Records
23 Death To Traitors 14 Audio 1995 A&M Records
24 Death To Traitors 14 Audio 1995
25 Jessie 3 Audio 1993 A&M Records
26 Couldn't Know 2 Audio 1993 A&M Records
27 Sleeping Bag 2 Audio 1993 A&M Records
28 Hope I Die Tonight 4 Audio 1995 A&M Records
29 Death To Traitors 5 Audio 1995 A&M Records
30 Surrender 4 Audio 1994 A&M Records
31 Jessie 4 Audio 1994 A&M Records
32 Hope I Die Tonight 2 Audio 1995 A&M Records
33 Dragline 12 Audio 1993 A&M Records
34 Death To Traitors 5 Audio 1995 A&M Records
35 Hope I Die Tonight 4 Audio 1995 A&M Records


Rock band from Lawrence, Kansas, which was active from 1991 to 2000. At the height of the grunge popularity A&M Records signed them and released their most successful album "Dragline" in 1993, but follow-up called "Death to Traitors" was not commercially successful and they were dropped by label in 1996. Their last release was mini-album "Home is a Strange Place", which came out on Koch Records in 2000 and they disbanded shortly after its release.

Former members of Paw are still involved in many musical projects, including The Diamond Heart Club and The New Franklin Panthers.


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