Craig's Brother
Craig's Brother
Released 1996
Length 14:42
Genre Punk Rock
Album guide
Keepin' It Real (1997)

'Craig's Brother' is a demo released in 1996 by the band of the same name.


Craig's Brother began in 1995 when Ted Bond quit his high school group, General Handywork, to join up with Andy Snyder, Scott Hrapoff, and Heath Konkel, the remnants Scott and Andy's high school band, Liquid Amber. Scott Hrapoff's brother was a popular jock in high school, and people would often refer to Scott simply as "Craig's Brother". When making flyers for their first show, the band was forced to pick a name, and "Craig's Brother" was chosen as a joke, initially just to irritate Scott. The name stuck. Their lyrics circa 1996 reflected their attitudes towards a hypocritical world, individual struggles and on a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. They list Lagwagon, Nofx and Bad Religion amongst their contemporary inspirations.


  1. 22 (2:43)
  2. Gus (2:45)
  3. OK (3:04)
  4. Money (3:21)
  5. The Marijuana Song (Rare Live Bonus Track) (2:13)


  • Ted Bond - Guitar & Lead Vocals
  • Heath Konkel - Drums & Backup Vocals
  • Brent Kapling - Bass Guitar
  • Andy Snyder - Guitar & Backup Vocals

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