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Wax was a Los Angeles-based punk-pop band in the early 1990s. They released just two albums, 1992's What Else Can We Do and 1995's 13 Unlucky Numbers. The latter spawned their one and only minor hit, "California" (not to be confused with similarly-titled songs by The Rentals or Phantom Planet), which benefitted from a Spike Jonze video. They also contributed the title song to the Mall Rats soundtrack.
Wax reunited in 2009, with a new bass player, to open a Weezer show at the Palladium on October 24. Knoxville introduced the band.
- Joe Sib - vocals
- Tom Gardocki - guitar
- Dave Georgeff - bass
- Loomis - drums