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Superlow EP

Superlow EP

  • By Superlow
  • Release 04/05/2004
  • Music Genre Rock
  • Media Format CD
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Price: £4.46

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Superlow is what the youngsters today would call a 'rock band.' What's that you say? You've heard that term before? That's a load of dogshit. You're a liar,and I'm calling you out. You may have heard rock bands before, but this is a ROCK BAND. That's all caps baby! Lowercase letters do not do justice to the RAWK that these three upstanding young men produce out of those wacky insturments of theirs, as if by magic. Three freakin wizards, that's what these lads are! SuperLow is Ed Thill,a crazy cross-dressing son of a bitch who knows how to wail on the ol' six string, and also has been known to sing a few words as well, if the price is right. Pete Abajoli, a pasta-scarfin, porn lovin bass machine,loves his jazz bass even more than the Camel cigarettes he forcibly inserts into the unwilling mouths of underage children. Mark Thill is a manimal on the drums, a chemically refreshed percussionist whose love for all things Roxette has been well documented. SuperLow is an American band. They're coming to your town, they'll help you party it down. Big time. Large breasted college gils of low intelligence and questionable morals are welcome. But don't come if you're one of those emo kids, or they'll strangle ya.

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Artist: Superlow
Title: Superlow EP
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 04/05/2004
Label: CD Baby
Media Format: CD
UPC: 711517672825

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