Hello Minnesota! Two bands, two songs apiece. Pretty Boy Thorson continues to rebuild the house that has laid vacant by the likes of… uhm, non-shitty rock’n’roll that’s all sparky and not wanky. Think if rockabilly wasn’t so “skinhead retirement program” and more fuck-yeah, stripped-down, meat and callous, Hank Williams Sr. rock. Their second song, “Can't Find the Lord” is a Cranford Nix cover. Cranford died of an overdose at 33, but lives on at 33 1/3. Cortez The Killer – let’s be honest, dudes – recorded their two offerings on a shitty four track. But would you rather have a Yngwie Malmsteen-sounding “good” or the ‘60s, Top Of The Tops-style scorchers that Cortez The Killer play and are catchy as fuck? A little rough around the edges; just like we like it. Dave Disorder personally silk-screened all 500 covers by himself, by hand (not by robot), on his kitchen table. Each one is different and quality is dependant on how stoned Dave was.
Yellow and Turquoise and Green Vinyl