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Genres  Emocore
Active until  1995
Members  Adam Goldstein
Years active  1989 – 1995
Genre  Emo
Policy of 3 Jeff Fisher Chris Fry Bull Gervasi Adam Goldstein of Policy of 3
Labels  Old Glory Records Bloodlink Records Ebullition Records
Past members  Jeff Fisher (guitar/vocals) Adam Goldstein (guitar/vocals) Bull Gervasi (bass) Chris Fry (drums)
Origin  New Jersey, United States (1989)
Albums  Dead Dog Summer, An Anothology
Similar  Navio Forge, Moss Icon, Portraits of Past, Four Hundred Years, Gray Matter

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Policy of 3 was an American emocore quartet from New Jersey that existed from 1989 to 1995. They existed in the early days of the genre, and were among the many bands that helped to define its sound, blending the raw energy of punk rock with left-wing politics and the more varied tempos and introspection characteristic of emo. Their sound has often been compared to those of Moss Icon, Still Life, and Hoover.


Policy of 3 Jeff Fisher Chris Fry Bull Gervasi Adam Goldstein of Policy of 3

The band's name was inspired by modern Chinese history. According to liner notes for the band's posthumous Anthology CD, the term "Policy of 3" refers to the ideas of a group of three farmers from China during the late 1930s who, through various nonviolent means, espoused increased power for peasants and independence from the wealthy landowning class.

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  • Debut 7" (Bloodlink, 1993)
  • Dead Dog Summer LP (Old Glory, 1993)
  • American Woodworking 7" (Old Glory, 1994)
  • "All the President's Men" compilation LP (Old Glory, 1994)
  • An Anthology CD x2 (Ebullition, 2004)

  • Policy of 3 Policy Of 3 Discography at Discogs


    Nine Years OldAn Anothology · 2005
    MetroAn Anothology · 2005
    Autronic EyeAn Anothology · 2005


    Policy of 3 Wikipedia

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