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Kiwi Lip Bomb

by Kiwi Lip Bomb

Think Blondie meets Alanis breaking into Patti Smith's house on Iggy's birthday.
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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1. What To Wear
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2. Communion
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4:21 $0.99
3. Sake Spaceship
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3:44 $0.99
4. He Told Me
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3:17 $0.99
5. A Question Of Trust
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3:58 $0.99
6. Late For Work
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4:55 $0.99
7. An Old Cliché
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8. Tell Him To Go
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9. Susan
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10. 20/20 Vision
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Album Notes
Don't expect any whiny love songs from Kiwi Lip Bomb, a female-fronted, boy-backed NYC rock'n'pop'n'roll band.

Instead, think Blondie meets Alanis breaking into Patti Smith's house on Iggy's birthday. You get the idea...

The band explores such modern day concerns as "What To Wear", "Late For Work" and "Sake Spaceship"(huh?).

2 Southerners and 2 New Yorkers - all veterans of NYC's downtown music scene - work together to create the quirky guilty pleasure that is Kiwi Lip Bomb.

The New York based band just released their debut album (cleverly titled "KIWI LIP BOMB") on Bowling For Karma Records.

The songs are melodic and crunchy with lyrical content running from cold reality (spouse abuse in "Tell Him To Go" and terminal illness in "Susan") to hysterical surreality (riding around with Astro Boy in a "Sake Spaceship").

They've been entertaining audiences in the Northeast US and Canada, and hope to expand to the rest of the continent, world and universe (not necessarily in that order).


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