Scooter & the Worms | Screamin' Black Car

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Screamin' Black Car

by Scooter & the Worms

A '60's garage band for the 21st Century!
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Screamin' Black Car
2:41 $0.99
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2. Pretty
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3. Back Door
1:50 $0.99
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4. Tasty
7:05 $0.99
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5. Bachelor Van
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Album Notes
Scooter & the Worms have been around in one form or other for over thirty years. These guys have always been good- great lyrics & kick-ass arrangements.

Michael Klopner is one hell of a singer! The dude has major pipes. He's right up their with Jagger, Iggy Pop, and Sonny Bono! He's an atomic bomb waiting to explode. Mike Gunderson plays sinister, hard-edged guitar. Ralph Gallagher is a rockin', drivin' bassist. Earl Brenneman is the love- child Ringo Starr and Charlie Watts never knew they had.

Punk is all about energy, power, and fun. Scooter and the Worms had it back in the day when they strapped on their first chili-dog. They have it now in spades. They sound so good I almost suspect they hired studio pros to play on their albums. But more likely they held switch-blades to the necks of the pros and forced them to play! However it happened the band cooks!

All this would mean less than nothing if the songs weren't good. But they are great! Kinky cool lyrics and wonderful melodies take the band far beyond their early punk roots. I don't know how they did it, but they have evolved into one hell of an alternative band for the 21st century. Viva Scooter and the Worms!

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