She Likes Todd | Falling Much Too Fast

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Falling Much Too Fast

by She Likes Todd

High energy punk rock from the windy city fueled with political and social angst.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Skatepunk
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1. Two Faced
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2. Bad Fortune
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3. Under The Mask
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4. Boosty and Bob
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5. Mr. Clean
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6. No I in Team
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7. Blind Hypocrisy
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8. Jump Rope Olympics
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9. The Nine O'Clock News-ence
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10. Too Many Times
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11. Casa Del Filth
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12. Good To Go
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13. Hangin With Cid
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
About SHE LIKES TODD
The Complete History of Todd, Abridged

The city of Chicago casts a long shadow on the suburbs. From this shadow emerges four over-fed, beer-chugging rockers who could totally kick your ass in a pillow fight. She Likes Todd has been a band now for a long time, but only started getting good somewhere within the last few weeks. After releasing like a Brazilian shitty CDs, She Likes Todd finally wrote the disasterpiece, \"Falling Much Too Fast.\" This was their first full length that really rocked any faces. Following moderate local success and the band\'s first plunge into rock travel, She Likes Todd quickly decided to beat the tunes like dead horses.

After 2-years, SLT was finally prodded to record some new music. Harnessing their unrivaled powers of laziness, the band sought fit to write only half of an album for a 2007 split with Rule 22 [who also suck] for the aptly titled \"Lifestyles of the Poor and Fameless.\" In a staggering stroke of sloth, the band brought on an additional member to further differ fiscal and creative responsibility. Hastily prepared by narrow margin, both bands quickly fled west under the guise of \"touring;\" merely an excuse to bring rock to these fine United States.

Currently on downtime from the shafts of life, She Likes Todd is in the process of creating fresherer material that will rock your fucking face off. Again. This phase will be complete by 2009.

We here at SLT-HQ feel that this is an incredibly exciting point in the ending adolescence of our band. Even if the new album doesn\'t wind up curing cancer, blowing up a corporate media, getting us more free beer, providing transparency of government, replacing a fiat currency, or giving everyone ear boners, it will be a cool bunch of music about life in the Chicago we know and love. It will also be loud and awesome.

All we want to do is to make new friends, hang out with old ones, and try to ignore the notion that we have any obligation outside our notes. The next 365 days on the rip-off ride called life will bring bits of fun for everyone.
We strongly urge you to spend some of them with us in She Likes Todd.

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