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Unwritten Law is an American punk rock band from Poway, California. It was formed in 1990. They made themselves particularly known in 1999 thanks to their best known songs, namely: Cailin, Up All Night and Seein 'Red in 2002, and publish a new single, Save Me, in December 2004 appearing in their album Here's to the Mourning. Their latest studio album, Swan, is released in 2011>.

The group is formed in Poway, California, north of San Diego, from a few friends just as for Blink-182 and Agent 51. Unwritten Law has a distinctive style of power punk. The group includes two guitarists (against three previously), including Scott Russo, the composer and vocalist.

The band grew up in the same rock scene that produced their longtime friends Blink-182. Unwritten Law Elva's album becomes number one on sale for the rock albums distributed in Australia in 2003. Also, they make their tours mainly at this place, as on all the American territory since the beginning of the 1990s.

In 2004, the last original member of the band, Wade Youman was deported for arguing with Russo about woman and money. Regarded as a drummer underestimated by some, Youman was lost more or less of sight and turned to a tandem drummer for the new album of the group Here's to the Mourning, released February 1, 2005. Adrian Young of the popular band No Doubt and Tony Palermo of Pulley are the two drummers hired for the album. Palermo would like to join the group Unwritten Law.

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