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P. Cox and the Hard Boise - Hard For New York! - 2010 (USA)

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    P. Cox and the Hard Boise - Are Hard For New York!
    Label: Ablated Sealskin Records
    Released: 2010
    Genre: Queer/Garage Punk

    (Please leave comments/opinions letting us know what you think. Thank you!)

    Tracks:
    1. What Would You Say? (Intro)
    2. Dance of the Guilloteens
    3. Static Love
    4. Show Me Your Cartilage
    5. Shortfall
    6. Come to My Barbecue
    7. Amoxicillin and Mountain Dew
    8. Tree House
    9. Faceless
    10. Landslide
    11. Sex with James Joyce (Ain't Got No Choice)
    12. Satisfy Your Hunger
    13. Gimme a Hotdog (Bobcat) [Live Improv Bonus]
    14. Cat in the Boat (Philly's Song) [Live Improv Bonus]
    15. Porkers in Space!
     




    P. Cox and the Hard Boise Biography

    Well in the spring of Philly Pholph's 16th year (2008), he grew a keen interest in furries and making abrasive noise with electric fishing poles. One day he stumbled upon a peculiar young man known only as P. Cox; who at the time, was busking. He was rather twitchy and dressed like a douche bag. Cox shared Pholph's adoration for making incomprehensible noise with amplified sports equipment, and the two immediately stormed into the ER and feigned an old couple's identity to receive their coronary bypass surgery. After this they stumbled into the parking lot in a morphine-induced euphoric trance. They began drunkenly climbing on cars and performing mostly incoherent (but nevertheless offensive) songs about love, hardships, and weird fetish sex. Thus, P. Cox and the Hard Boise was born.
    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.