Elevator To Hell
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Elevator is a band from Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. Started in 1994 as Elevator To Hell, a solo outlet for Eric's Trip's Rick White, the project eventually grew to include White's wife Tara S'appart on bass and briefly Chris Thompson of Eric's Trip on drums, later replaced by Eric's Trip drummer Mark Gaudet. In 1997 Dallas Good of The Sadies was added as a second guitarist, though didn't record with the band until their 2002 album "Darkness > Light".
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