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Five Iron Frenzy

Five Iron Frenzy (also known as Five Iron or FIF) was a Christian ska band formed in Denver, Colorado in 1995 and disbanded in 2003.

The band's music was most heavily influenced by ska and punk rock, but their influences also include heavy metal.

The band was signed to 5 Minute Walk in 1996, and stayed with the label for nine of its releases.

Two other albums were self-released, and another was released through Asian Man Records.

The band never received any significant music industry awards, and received relatively little attention in mainstream media.

Their biggest national exposure came when their song, "Oh, Canada", appeared on the TV series Boston Legal in October 2005, almost two years after their last show.

They were known for their positive lyrics and energetic live shows.

They often performed their concerts while wearing full costumes On one tour, they told fans to bring sock puppets on stage and help sing along.

The socks, and fresh-bought socks alike, were then donated to a local homeless shelter.

Their fan base was diverse, ranging from the socially and religiously outcast to the parents of teenage fans.

The band played shows at both churches and secular venues throughout their career.

Recurring lyrical themes included the continuing injustices done to Native Americans, the evils of consumerism, Christian hypocrisy, the shortcomings of the band, and the joy of finding renewal in their religious faith.

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