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Hippie Trippers & Las Vegas Party-Girls

by Evil-E

Imagine David Bowie's "Young American" period combined with Beck's electronica sensibilities, all set against the backdrop of urban So Cal.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Las Vegas
4:17 album only
2. Save My Soul
3:30 album only
3. 5th Ave: Morning
4:05 album only
4. There's A Light
4:16 album only
5. German Film Star
3:08 album only
6. Black Ring
5:43 album only
7. Tapioca Tundra
3:02 album only
8. Watch You Burn
3:57 album only
9. San Diego
2:44 album only


Album Notes
Unrelenting rock hooks, jangling guitars, wailing saxophones, sassy backup singers, and electronic surprises make up the powerful potion that is Evil-E. At the center of the madness dances the mysterious magician, Evil-E, flourishing playing cards.

In reality, Evil-E is the alias of Southern Californian singer/songwriter Wayne Gamble. A veteran of several San Diego area rock bands, he decided to focus his songwriting skill on a new musical vision. The resulting music has a wide range, from rowdy bar-band rock, to moody soul, to electronic groove.

On stage, Gamble portrays Evil-E as a manic rock & roll magician, flipping cards and casting mysterious glances at the audience. The character is an homage to the performance-rock tradition of the late 60s. While the show focuses on the music, it also includes elements of stage magic that are a wry commentary on "rock stardom."

Sometimes rocking, sometimes sleazy, sometimes introspective, Evil-E is music that you can play loud when all of your friends are hangin' out. And it will still respect you in the morning.

You were a real fine Beat, and you turned some head,
An early morning wake-up in a stranger's bed,
Hey, mister, you're a real up-stander now
You'd better tread lightly here.

You were a glass of gin and tonic and a lowball bet,
One inch of ash on a cigarette.
Hey, mister, you're a real high roller now,
You'd better tread lightly here,
Because I know about the trips to Las Vegas you don't talk about anymore.



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Choochoo Foochoo

Amazing album from a uniquely talented artist
Evil-E's Hippie Trippers & Las Vegas Party-Girls is an outstanding album. A blend of psychedelia, hip-hop grooves, and balls out rock 'n roll. This album will take you on the trips it is inspired from. Journey into the depths of Evil-E's songs of late nights and lonely days. Be cool and chill out to this platter. 'natch.