Not to be confused with the Los Angeles-based '80s techno-pop/new wave trio Berlin, the Berlin Project is an alternative pop-rock band that has been around the Pittsburgh, PA, scene since 1995. That year, the band was founded by lead guitarist John Garrighan, who was only 14 at the time -- and along the way, the Berlin Project has had its share of lineup changes and reinvented itself more than once. At first, Garrighan's outfit was a bratty ska-punk band along the lines of Reel Big Fish and the Mighty Mighty Bosstones; that was the approach they went with on their debut album, Running for the Border (released on Sour Records), and their second album, Culture Clash, both of which came out in the late '90s. But Garrighan and his colleagues reinvented themselves on their next release, The Transition Radio EP, which was recorded in 1999 and ...
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