Muscle Car | Is This Me?

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Is This Me?

by Muscle Car

Old Man New Wave
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. It's Malignant
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2. Sloppy Seconds
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3. Iraq
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4. Fuck-It List
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5. Love Tractor Pull
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6. Fuzzy Dice
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7. Mayor of Fond Du Lac
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8. Hot Knives
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9. Simpler Times
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10. D.N.A.
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11. Ankles Deep
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12. Palmer House
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Album Notes
Muscle Car rose, like a hung-over phoenix, from the ashes of the late, great Clubhouse Pow. Mixing one part incompetence, two parts indifference, and three parts gin, Muscle Car’s intoxicating rock and roll cocktail quickly won favor with Madison’s boozeoisie. By 1989 they were the undisputed kings of the near-eastside jangle-core scene (as chronicled in Ian Temple’s excellent 1994 documentary “Skating on the Thin Meat of Our Lives”). Their live show was the stuff of legend; guitar strings and hearts were broken with equal disregard. They released a series of well-received cassettes (collected on an unreleased compilation “A Stinking Piece of Shit: The “Best” of Muscle Car") and seemed well positioned to cash in when punk broke in 1991. Then, as quickly as it began, it was over. Recalls drummer John Cherney: “We flew too close to the sun on wings of Huber Bock.” And so, like countless bands before them, Muscle Car had been swept into the dustbin of history. Or so it was thought. Turns out they have been writing and recording the whole time. They've refused to release anything until two years after the death of J.D. Salinger. This first CD will be one of many to be released in the near future.


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