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The Upholsterers were an American garage punk band in 2000, from Detroit, Michigan. The two-piece band was composed of Jack White and Brian Muldoon. Muldoon provided drums, while White played on guitar and created sounds with a worm gear saw. The group was short-lived and only released one single before disbanding. After the band split, Jack White went back to the White Stripes and Brian Muldoon later formed The Muldoons, whose first gig was opening for The White Stripes in front of thousands of people at the Masonic Temple in Detroit on October 2, 2005.

Links To Peel

Peel obtained the band's only single in 2000 from the Sympathy For The Record Industry label and after the success of the White Stripes, played tracks from the EP in 2001. The single was later found in John Peel's Record Box after his death.

Shows Played

The Upholsterers - I Ain't Superstitious01:23

The Upholsterers - I Ain't Superstitious

2000
  • 30 May 2000: I Ain't Superstitious / Pain (Gimme Sympathy) (7" - Makers Of High Grade Suites) Sympathy For The Record Industry
  • 27 June 2000: I Ain't Superstitious / Pain (Gimme Sympathy) (7" - Makers Of High Grade Suites) Sympathy For The Record Industry
2001
  • 10 July 2001: Apple Of My Eye (7") Sympathy For The Record Industry
  • 12 July 2001: I Ain't Superstitious / Pain (Gimme Sympathy) (7" - Makers Of High Grade Suites) Sympathy For The Record Industry

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