Pizza Prostata | The Whitehorse Sessions

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The Whitehorse Sessions

by Pizza Prostata

Primitive rock with a sense of humor and a surf twist.
Genre: Rock: Surf Rock
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We kicked off in 1992 as a 5-Piece Punk Group called the Sausage Factory. Doing "interesting" things onstage is part oft he act. Anyone can play a guitar, but not everyone will get onstage with a cows brain cellotaped onto their head or paint themselves blue and set off fireworks three floors underground. In 1996 we split and became a 4-Piece unit called Pizza Prostata. We experimented with industrial sounds and loads of electronics – we had to, seeing our drummer left for Scotland, where he staied for a year to study and experience the Scottish style of wrestling. We took a break for a couple of years and found back to our rocking roots. Basic, simple, straight forward songs in the classic drum, base, guitar and vocals setup. Great songs played badly but with passion.

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