The '99-'00 Demos
Compilation album / Demo album by Local H
Released June 9, 2006
Recorded 1999-2000
Genre Alternative Rock, Post-Grunge
Length 66:29
Label G&P Records
Local H chronology
Alive '05
The '99-'00 Demos
Twelve Angry Months
The '99-'00 Demos, (Pronounced as The Ninty-Nine - Double Oh Demos), is a Compilation album of demos by Local H originally recorded back between 1999 and 2000 released on 2006 by the duo's online merchandiser G&P Records. The album's artwork is supposed to look like an insert to a recordable cassette tape with the title written in felt-tip marker.

Later AppearancesEdit

Most of the tracks were renamed and were released on the bands 2002 album Here Comes The Zoo (Example: "Foolish Notions" was renamed to "Bryn-Mawr Stomp). Tracks 3, 9, and 14 appeared on the bands 2003 Extended play The No Fun EP. "Halcon Daze" was originally going to be in Here Comes The Zoo, however Scott felt like it was too similar to a different song, so it was kept off. It did, however, was renamed to "Halcon Days (Where Are They Now?)" and was released as the closing track to the bands 2004 effort Whatever Happened To P.J. Soles?.

Track listingEdit

  1. Hello, Everyone
  2. Son of "Cha"!
  3. Presedent Forever
  4. Payback Is A Mother
  5. Keep Yr Girfriend
  6. Foolish Notions
  7. Rock N' Roll Pros
  8. Hands On The Bible
  9. Cooler Heads
  10. Hazer
  11. What Will You Have Me Do?
  12. Creature Instrumental
  13. Half-Life
  14. No Fun
  15. (Baby Wants To) Edit Me
  16. Lazy Crazy
  17. Halcon Daze (Contains a segment of another demo of "(Baby Wants To) Edit Me")


Local H are-

  • Scott Lucas - Vocals, Guitar, and Bass
  • Brain St. Clair - Drums

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