From Obscurity to Global Domination in Three Easy
Given enough time, this little monkey in southern Illinois was bound to pound out another album of new wave-y country gravy. This album has what you are looking for, if what you are looking for includes hard rock, nard rock, and bard rock, a Christmas holiday song for the kids, a cover of a good old coal mining song, and a song about a misunderstood geologist. A group of experimental psychiatrists and their patients agree, the Dna Vibrators sound a little like two guys playing a running chainsaw and a prophet 5 keyboard while another dude plays the bass like he thinks it's made out of chocolate---licks everywhere. We are the sound of stunted emotional development in the middle of a Midwestern cornfield, which is why I think we appeal to people on both sides of the electro-shock therapy gurney.