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Youre Killing Me - Motobunny - Motobunny (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Los Angeles rockers, Motobunny, premiered their video for "Let's Go Out" yesterday on Alternative Press. They tell the story about making the video below. The track is taken from the band’s latest self-titled album, which is out now. (Get it here.).
  2. Oct 12,  · Rusty Knuckles Music has grown over the last five years to rally around quite a few distinct tones in the sonic delivery of what we call American Roots. Jangly garage rock is one of those areas which is truly defining as a distinct sound honed out of the mid 's and helped to define what we know as punk rock. Whether it be the fuzzed out catchiness of The Sonics, .
  3. Motobunny is a collaboration formed in the backstage chaos of an Iggy Pop concert between four longtime musician friends. After years of sharing green rooms, tour vans, back lines, and even seedy motel rooms, the four decided to storm the stage together as one thundering, powerhouse rock n roll band with two magnetic front women.
  4. An intriguing mix of horror, camp and romantic comedy, You're Killing Me demonstrates what happens when narcissistic, wannabe Internet star George meets Joe, a monotone serial killer. George catches Joe's attention and they immediately begin dating. While all of George's friends agree that Joe seems a bit strange, George claims his new beau.
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  6. Jul 24,  · “Spider” is my favorite on this debut album, but there are other good ones. “Apocalypse Twist” lives up to its name. “You’re Killing Me” is a raging stomp. The group has its own “Hey, hey we’re The Monkees”-like theme song in “Motobunny,” which features a souped-up Peter Gunn guitar riff.
  7. Sep 18,  · Thus MotoBunny was born, and off to Detroit we went to record with Jim Diamond. There has been an ease about this band from the beginning where things seem to naturally fall into place. That’s a great feeling, like perhaps you’re on to something! There aren’t a ton of bands out there nowadays with co-lead singers.

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