Dot Class C. By: Inch (1996, Rock). 2. For Duty And Humanity.
Dots per inch (DPI, or dpi) is a measure of spatial printing, video or image scanner dot density, in particular the number of individual dots that can be placed in a line within the span of 1 inch (. 4 cm). Similarly, the more newly introduced dots per centimeter (d/cm or dpcm) refers to the number of individual dots that can be placed within a line of 1 centimeter (≈ . 93 in).
Inch released their debut album, Stresser, on the Atlantic Records imprint Seed Records in 1994. Seed went out of business before the band's second album DOT Class "C," so that album enjoyed a short release on Atlantic Records before they were dropped and the album was deleted from the Atlantic catalog.
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Steinman sang lead vocals and played guitar, Hepler was on drums, Reese on bass, and Paprocki on guitar. Steinman was the former lead singer of Sub Society, a band who achieved notoriety by being featured in several H-Street skateboarding videos.
|2||For Duty And Humanity|
|82881-2||Inch||Dot Class "C" (CD, Album, Promo)||Atlantic||82881-2||US||1996|
|CRCD 82071, HED-071||Inch||Dot Class "C" (CD, Album, Promo)||Cargo Music, Headhunter Records||CRCD 82071, HED-071||US||1997|
|GR59,||Inch||Dot Class "C" (LP)||Goldenrod Records, Trademark Records||GR59,||US||1997|
|HED 071||Inch||Dot Class "C" (CD, Album)||Headhunter Records||HED 071||US||1997|