Crumb Catcher | Fired

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Fired

by Crumb Catcher

Each song a unique essence unto itself, combining varrious musical styles with darkly humorous lyrics, and delivered with raw, nasty passion.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Garage Punk
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1. Kid in the Well
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2. Him No Mo'
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3. Next Door
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4. Chicken Coup
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5. Engulfed in Flames
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6. Burgers
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7. Silent Strings
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8. Catchin' Lice
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9. Dishwasher
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10. Spare Change
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11. Vast Expanse
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Crumb Catcher is a band that was put together because singer/guitarist Marc has been writing songs for a long time and playing where he can acoustically. They're like Minute Men meets Johnny Paycheck meets Against Me meets Black Sabbath, man I don't know how to explain it. That's not a good description. Just listen to it. But luckily for him an old friend named Nathan let him record an album at his home studio. The album is called "Fired". Another longtime friend and drummer named Derek recorded the drum parts. That guy started out playing coal buckets and trash can lids as a kid. For real. This guy Todd mixed it and this guy Rusty did guitar tech stuff with pedals. That was real cool.
Then he met this guy named Seth who agreed to play drums live with him. Then they met this guy named Matt who said he would play bass with them. Dude is wild. He picked it up fast though and he never really played bass before. He played banjo. They worked out five new songs together and got tight. The live show was kickin'. Seth moved to Hollywood. He won a scholarship by playing his drums. That takes skills. Longtime friend Dean joined. He slid in it like an old shoe. They are rocking to this day. And ya know most of this happened in less than a year.


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