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Mr. Wrong* - Distraction Demo (Cassette)

19.07.2019
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  1. Asshole by Mr. Wrong, released 08 September He's walking around not smiling He's walking around profiling You and me now He's walking around in his Carhartt Like he's so fucking smart You know he's not but you won't tell him I don't know why I don't know why! Are you cool enough for Mr. Wrong?
  2. They recorded their Demo, Distraction, on local friends’ cassette label, Cosmonaut Music, which captured the raw energy of their early songs (a blur of fierce 2-minute rants about jobs, witches, shitty dues, and gentrification) in the Spring of
  3. They recorded their Demo, U>Distraction>, on local friends' cassette label, Cosmonaut Music, which captured the raw energy of their early songs (a blur of fierce 2-minute rants about jobs, witches, shitty dues, and gentrification) in the spring of
  4. Distraction Demo by Mr. Wrong The band's debut full-length, Babes in Boyland, sheds the riot grrrl trappings (though unfortunately couldn't shed music reviewers still attaching the band to the punk subgenre). There are traces of Neo Boys in the band's DNA at this point, which most certainly not a .
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Mr. Wrong - The Wrong Bootleg Demo EP at Discogs. Complete your Mr. Wrong collection/5(13).
  6. Pedro Santos ‎– Krishnanda (Mr. Bongo) Various Artists - (The Microcosm) Visionary Music Of Continental Europe, (Light In The Attic) Various Artists - Sky Girl (Efficient Space) Various Artists - So-Low (Vinyl Factory) Various Artists - Tanbou Toujou Lou: Meringue, Kompa Kreyol, Vodou Jazz, & Electric Folklore from Haiti
  7. Meet Mr. Wrong, the Riot Grrrl-inspired, lady punk band from Portland, Oregon. We talked with Mof, Ursula and Leona about their recent Distraction Demo, their opinions on the female label in music and the musicians who inspire them to create music.  Artwork by Hailee Evans.
  8. Jun 28,  · Yes. This time around, Spotify and iTunes are packaging up the tracks as separate titles for offer as well. In other words, for the first time, you can buy Ballad of the Skeletons, Young Boy and The World Tonight EPs – or listen to them via Apple Music – instead of just waiting for the larger Flaming Pie set. Hopefully, this will lead MPL to go backwards and issue some extra singles this way.

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