Black & White Cookies | Music to Soothe the Savage... Aww, F#@k It.

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Music to Soothe the Savage... Aww, F#@k It.

by Black & White Cookies

Warren D. and Billy D. are two songwriters who use their powers for evil. We dare you not to laugh.
Genre: Rock: Comedy Rock
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1. Stalker
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2. The Weed Song
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3. Dog
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4. I Wish You Were Dead
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5. Girl Who Got Away
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6. About Last Night
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7. Good in Bed
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8. Raindrops
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Album Notes
Originally from Kansas, singer Billy D is a former boy band member who spends his days bitter and remorseful. In his spare time, he likes to play with his cat.

Originally from rural Minnesota, Warren D is a former jam band guitarist who spends his days bitter and remorseful. In his spare time, he likes to play with Billy D’s cat.

Together, they are Black & White Cookies.

Citing influences like Flight of the Conchords, Corky & The Juice Pigs and the Indigo Girls, BWC are known for well-written, tightly-performed songs with hysterically bitter lyrics. At their live shows, fans (dubbed BWC Stalkers) sing along to tunes such as “The Weed Song,” and “I Wish You Were Dead,” laugh with BWC’s heartfelt, all-male rendition of “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun,” and unsuspecting first-timers tremble in fear during the legendary Angry Black Man Harmonica Solo.

Black & White Cookies want YOU to be one of their Stalkers.


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