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‹ The template below is being considered for deletion. See templates for discussion to help reach a consensus.› This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. Please improve this article if you can. The talk page may contain suggestions. (September 2010) Hammerhead Origin Fargo, North Dakota, Minneapolis, United States Genres Noise rock Years active 1990 - 1996 Labels Amphetamine Reptile Records, Members Paul Erickson Jeff Mooridian Jr. Paul Sanders Past members Kat Bjelland Hammerhead was a Minneapolis based noise rock band active in the early 1990s. Members went on to form the band Vaz. Contents 1 History 2 Discography 2.1 Albums 2.2 Singles 2.3 Splits 3 References // History Hammerhead was formed in Fargo, North Dakota in the early 1990s, with members Paul Erickson,Jeff Mooridian Jr. and Paul Sanders, later moving to Minneapolis.[1] The band released extensively through Amphetamine Reptile. Their major breakthrough album "Duh the Big City" [2] garnering them critical acclaim, however after its release Paul Sanders left the group. The remaining members went on to form Vaz after experimenting with other line-ups.[3][4] Discography Full Discography including 7" and splits [5] Albums Ethereal Killer LP/CD (Amphetamine Reptile, 1993, ARR 36/226, amrep 012) Evil Twin 10" 10"/MCD (Amphetamine Reptile, 1993, ARR 47/306,amrep 024) Into The Vortex LP/CD (Amphetamine Reptile, 1994, ARR 50/323,amrep 026) Duh, The Big City LP/CD (Amphetamine Reptile, 1996, ARR/ARRCD 69/012 amrep 042) Singles Peep 7" (Amphetamine Reptile, 1991, scale 42) picture disc, research and development series Load King 7" (Amphetamine Reptile, 1992, scale 46) tour only Evil Twin 10" (Amphetamine Reptile, 1993, scale 61) tour only Earth I Won't Miss 7" (Amphetamine Reptile, year ?, scale 70) tour only Splits split 7" (OXO Records, 1993, OXO 008) 'Porn #1 7" (split) (Amphetamine Reptile, 1995, scale 72) References ^ "Hammerhead reunited for AmRep Anniversay & a NYC show", Brooklyn Vegan, June 23, 2010,, retrieved September 14, 2010  ^ Description of Duh the Big City here and here ^ "Vaz", I Heart Noise, November 4, 2008,, retrieved September 14, 2010  ^ "Almost 15 years later Hammerhead returns", High Plains Reader, August, 2010,, retrieved September 14, 2010  ^ Discography can be seen on Amphetamine Reptile's Chronological Discography Page here