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What's Inside

by Atomic Bitch

Dragqueens and Candy pants, Rodeos and Robots, Amtrak and Radios, Wishes and Pornstars all these together make it a slumber party gone wrong. So many songs and so little time. So buy it cuz it's worth a try-on.
Genre: Pop: Party Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Dragqueen
2:48 $0.99
2. Candy Pants
3:08 $0.99
3. Girl Distraction
3:40 $0.99
4. Rodeo
3:37 $0.99
5. Wish
3:12 $0.99
6. Transistor Radio
3:23 $0.99
7. Amber Falls
3:29 $0.99
8. Tilt Up
3:18 $0.99
9. Robot for Love
3:10 $0.99
10. Amtrak Eddie
3:21 $0.99
11. Bonus track
3:53 $0.99
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Album Notes
In 2003 a band called ATOMIC BITCH released their debut album "WHAT'S INSIDE". The album was recorded in Los Angeles solely by Ursulla Tadlock and Brad Davis. It was also independently released on their own label Top and Bottom records. By the summer of 2004 they had also launched an EP of 5 new tracks and toured the south in support of it.

Originally from New Orleans, Brad and Ursulla both spent their formative musical years in bands like The One Seventeen's, Geographic Tongue, Dead Betty etc. They recorded several independent albums and played in all major venues within the city.

This was their first release and they haven't looked back.... You can also find their latest release "Body Shop" on CD BABY.CAndy PAnts is still ringing in their heads, so catch them live and find dates by heading



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Soul punk in a Rock n Roll Dress made to be ripped off! Atomic Bitch will make
Atomic Bitch
What's Inside
(Top and Bottom Records)
The pop-punk duo Atomic Bitch put in a lot of hours in any number of New Orleans bands, but they fled to Los Angeles to record and promote this debut CD. And why not? This city wouldn't know what to do with their particular, peculiar brand of warm and fuzzy rock. That's a compliment: What's Inside is loaded with shiny happy hooks that sound like vintage El Lay hair metal with smarts or the kind of glossy late-'80s pop Iggy Pop wound up painting himself in. The perfectly named "Transistor Radio," for example, sounds like the Runaways picking up late-period Hüsker Dü and robbing them blind. This would make tracks like "Girl Distraction" sound like yesterday's news if the riffs weren't so timelessly fat and bone-simple. Indeed, between Brad Davis' distorted candygloss guitar and Ursula's sunshine harmonies, it's impossible not to get lost in the gorgeousness of it all, even as the lyrics remain inscrutable (or, mainly, indecipherable). If Andrew W.K. can make a cottage industry out of gloriously dopey party pop, surely the great compost heap of angsty modern rock could use a giant guitar-laden Prozac like Atomic Bitch.
-Robert Fontenot

T. St. John

The closest thing you can get to candy 4 your ear
This band has songs that have such an infectious vibe to them, that pressing rewind is almost mechanical. Candy Pants and Robot Love have such a heavy big sing along chorus all I keep thinking is CHEAP TRICK!! Try to turn off a Cheap Trick cant, they hypnotize you. Atomic Bitch, apparently have that gift also, and if you havent heard this band, you're missing a treat.