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Park and Ride

by Minibike

So Cal home grown Rock-funk & Punk
Genre: Pop: 70's Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Intro
0:29 album only
2. Ponch Pine (What does it mean?)
2:39 album only
3. Postman
3:23 album only
4. Busy Girl
3:46 album only
5. Drivin' Down
3:40 album only
6. The Bridge
3:08 album only
7. Pleasantries
3:33 album only
8. Minibike Ryder (Live @ Molly Malones')
7:47 album only


Album Notes
With years of basement and garage keg party experience, minibike's fan base is coming on strong. Aj on guitar (Southbay), combined musical forces with long time friend, Johnny Rokker on bass (Long Beach transplant from Norcal). The two met up at design school in Long Beach and have been inseparable ever since. They recently brought in drummer Stewart Eastham (Hollywood transplant from NorCal) to round out a solid rhythm section. Minibike's diverse geographical upbringing has flavored their sound into a deep fried 'junk-punk- and funk' homage to their heroes such as Merle Haggard's drinking songs, Rolling Stones Honky Tonk-ness, Hendrix's fuzz brigade, Fu Man Chu's red eyes, with a dash of Fugazzi.

Minibike draws it's horsepower from a three-man piston:
Aj's guitar is a warm blast of whiskey punk and funk while Johnny Rokker's four string attack brings finger lickin' strong sounds and melodies. Eastham not only breaks mad beats on the skins to the likes of John Bonham, but also manages to kick some serious ass on the guitar and vocals when minibike 'shifts gears' and rotates their instruments during live performances

Minibike's guided light is routed from 1970's Cop show theme song vibe rounded outwith strobe lights, smoke machines, and a dash of light hearted antics. The band recently released their debut album "Park and Ride". Minibikes' creativity, expression, and sound forges a deep gouge in you like a skabbed knee.



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This CD is off the hook, a must have
From Long Beach to San Pedro, Vincent Thomas that is the way to go. If you have not seen them live you do not know what you are missing out on. Funky strings to mad bass. They rock ! Watch out we have a Mini Bike on the run.