Purposed as a way to kill the suburban boredom brought on by their Midwestern town of Alton, Illinois, Judge Nothing wanted to liven things up a bit when they got together in 1988. Seven years of demos and due paying would follow before their first album I'm A Big Girl Now made up for all their thankless touring and hard work. Released in 1995 on Thick Records, Judge Nothing's partnership with this label continued with the follow-up Riveter in 1996. However, not too long after their picture seven inch split with All in 1997, everyone went their separate ways the following year.
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by Mike DaRonco

Purposed as a way to kill the suburban boredom brought on by their Midwestern town of Alton, Illinois, Judge Nothing wanted to liven things up a bit when they got together in 1988. Seven years of demos and due paying would follow before their first album I'm A Big Girl Now made up for all their thankless touring and hard work. Released in 1995 on Thick Records, Judge Nothing's partnership with this label continued with the follow-up Riveter in 1996. However, not too long after their picture seven inch split with All in 1997, everyone went their separate ways the following year.