Hotter Than A Crotch | Butcher EP

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Butcher EP

by Hotter Than A Crotch

The much-anticipated follow-up to their debut album, the Butcher EP is the finest example yet of what Hotter Than A Crotch can do in the studio. A tight, raucous adventure in glam/punk, this new EP lies at the heart of the burgeoning 'Hot Rock' movement.
Genre: Rock: Glam
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1. Sweat Tart
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2. Gimme Hunny
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3. Wreckin the Scene
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4. Here Long Enough to Leave
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5. Butcher Song
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Album Notes
The Butcher EP was recorded in 2010. All songs by Holer/Nasty. Produced by Sebastian Rogers.
Recorded and mastered by Ian "1000" Watts at Magic Closet, Portland, OR.
Gloria Holer- wicked howl
Buck Bin Nasty- ax grinder
Coke-Eye Kyle- big beats and mohawk
Josh Machine- thunder rumble and glock, pretty-boy backing vox, hands clappin
Feral Green- tambolunacy
Hotter Than A Crotch is coming to your town.

"On-stage, guitarist Buck bin Nasty—who has the body and hair of a '70s rock star—plays sloppy T-Rex and Rolling Stones-style licks while vocalist/rad dancer Gloria Holer shimmies around the stage, moaning about heartbreak in a voice that's part Motown and part Courtney Love. Hotter Than A Crotch... awesomely free-spirited rock ’n' roll in the tradition of the Stooges. Casey Jarman [Willamette Week] "


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