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Get Out Of My Head

by The Professors

Trashy Garage Proto-Punk Sound
Genre: Rock: 60's Rock
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1. Girl That I Want
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2. Go Go Go
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3. Hell On Wheels
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4. Got It Bad For You
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5. Give Up So Easy
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6. Get Out Of My Head
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Hailing from Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A., The Professors specialize in one thing, and one thing alone: hip-shakin, rafter-swingin, barn-stormin rock 'n' roll. These five dropouts offer up a suitable alternative to higher education via trashy 12-bar rave-ups and an incendiary (or at least, incandescent) live act. Taking their cue from such legendary raunch-n-rollers as THE SONICS, THE WILDE KNIGHTS, and THE SPARKLES, The Professors have made it their mission to deliver the Now-Sound to the untamed youth of today.

Richard M.F. Stockton XII swings the mic, while Tony Trutone Moore assaults a wide range of vintage guitars... Nasty Nick Yates mashes the keys, and Derek D. Gullett pummels the bottom end until the last beer glass rattles off the table... Meanwhile, resident man-about-town Phil Ravenous Cavenous tears the kit a new one.


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Kris Neises

It is fun, raw, hip, and nostalgic.
Once in a while I come across a local band that romances my eardrums and temporarily cures me of my jaded view of music. This time around I have to credit The Professors for doing just that.

The brand new release from The Professors is everything you would expect from this tremendously trashy retrograde rock n’ roll 5-piece. It is fun, raw, hip, and nostalgic. The 6-tracks from the new ep, entitled Get Out Of My Head, will get your hips shaking and your wheels turning with enough energy, bloody beats, and non-filtered vocal wailing for anyone who loves rock music from bands like The Sonics.

Some of the most intriguing tracks on the cd are the horror blues of Hell on Wheels, and the title track, Get Out of My Head. Get Out Of My Head closes out the cd with a distorted bass walk-up, an active organ, and the scratchy voice of Richard Stockton yelling out the hook.

Along with Stockton, The Professors also include Tony Moore (guitar), Nick Yates (organ), Derek Gullett (bass), and Phil Cavenous (drums). The guys got together Sunday, September 3rd at Canal Street Tavern for the official release of the cd. The band is also releasing a 7-inch split with My Latex Brain simultaneously with the ep.

The band will drag their vintage guitars out on October 7th for The Dayton Music Fest. Pick up the ep at Dingleberry’s, Gem City Records, or CD Connection before you head out to see them and bring your dancing shoes.