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Quit was a pop-punk band from Miami, Florida, formed in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Quit helped pioneer the pop-punk music scene and helped pave the way for bands such as Green Day and Blink-182 to go mainstream.
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Quit had numerous band members while they were active. Members that are credited for their Earlier Thoughts are Russell Mofsky lead guitar, Addison Burns lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Tony Rocha bass and Andre Serafini Drums. All members contributed with backing vocals. Quit re-released the full-length album "Earlier Thoughts" on Rojo Records.
In the summer of 2002, Quit played a couple of reunion shows in Miami. The shows in Miami 2002 where the last time that Quit has played live. In 2003 they were closing in on having an album titled "Grazing Days" released on Purple Skunk Records. But as of January 3, 2008 have not released an album to the public.
A re-release of Earlier Thoughts on compact disc is scheduled for 2011.
"Gettin' On Off It" 1988--Self-Released