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 Cerritos, California, USA Cerritos, California, USA
  
-In 1986, [[Marc Plainguet|Marc "​Gadget"​ Plainguet]] and [[Mike/Bing Futch]] teamed up with Sean "​Shaka"​ Harrison to form a band called Crazed Bunnyz. Using pseudonyms like Futch, Shaka, [[Gadget]] (Plainguet),​ and Box (the name of Gadget’s drum machine) they played an odd sort of punk rock using a bass synthesizer and drum machine. Soon, apparently influenced by [[Undercover]],​ they recorded //Achtung: Musik Klirrfaktor!//​ in Marc's garage. They played one live gig and also found themselves in the Christian underground scene which, until then, they did not even realized existed. A small following began to pop up across the United States and even overseas through their small mail order catalog.+In 1986, [[Marc Plainguet|Marc "​Gadget"​ Plainguet]] and [[Mike Bing Futch]] teamed up with Sean "​Shaka"​ Harrison to form a band called Crazed Bunnyz. Using pseudonyms like Futch, Shaka, [[Gadget]] (Plainguet),​ and Box (the name of Gadget’s drum machine) they played an odd sort of punk rock using a bass synthesizer and drum machine. Soon, apparently influenced by [[Undercover]],​ they recorded //Achtung: Musik Klirrfaktor!//​ in Marc's garage. They played one live gig and also found themselves in the Christian underground scene which, until then, they did not even realized existed. A small following began to pop up across the United States and even overseas through their small mail order catalog.
  
 Futch then decided to change Crazed Bunnyz to [[Johnny Quest]] and released //​Transition//​. Deciding that he wanted to devote more of his time to his solo career, Plainguet left the band. Futch then decided to change Crazed Bunnyz to [[Johnny Quest]] and released //​Transition//​. Deciding that he wanted to devote more of his time to his solo career, Plainguet left the band.
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 Shaka Harrison – Vox and munchy crunchies\\ Shaka Harrison – Vox and munchy crunchies\\
-[[Mike ​Bing Futch|Futch]] – Bone-sucking guitar and vox\\+[[Mike Bing Futch|Futch]] – Bone-sucking guitar and vox\\
 [[Gadget]] ([[Marc Plainguet]]) – Devo bass-synth and absurd remarks [[Gadget]] ([[Marc Plainguet]]) – Devo bass-synth and absurd remarks
  
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 This cassette is a release of the original Crazed Bunnyz demos recorded in Gadget'​s Garage along with an interview done for The Activist. This cassette is a release of the original Crazed Bunnyz demos recorded in Gadget'​s Garage along with an interview done for The Activist.
  
-"​Before Marc Plainguet went solo, he was the keyboard player for a pop-punk act called the Crazed Bunnyz. This cassette-only release featured 4 songs by the band on side 1 and a lengthy interview with Plainguet and then bandmate [[Mike Futch]] (aka: Bing Futch) on side 2. The interview was conducted by ACTIVIST publisher and journalist, [[Chris Yambar]]."​ (from [[http://​www.yambar.com/​audio/​corpqiiarts.html]])+"​Before Marc Plainguet went solo, he was the keyboard player for a pop-punk act called the Crazed Bunnyz. This cassette-only release featured 4 songs by the band on side 1 and a lengthy interview with Plainguet and then bandmate [[mike_bing_futch|Mike Futch]] (aka: Bing Futch) on side 2. The interview was conducted by ACTIVIST publisher and journalist, [[Chris Yambar]]."​ (from [[http://​www.yambar.com/​audio/​corpqiiarts.html]])
  
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