PRETTY BOY THORSON / CORTEZ THE KILLER split 7"/ ADD Records 7"s


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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.

https://addrecords.bandcamp.com/album/pretty-boy-thorson-cortez-the-killer-split-7

Pressing Information

Yellow and Turquoise and Green Vinyl