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Stomp This Town!

by The Exotic Ones

If giant monsters played rock and roll, it might sound like this mix of 60's garage, punk, & hard rock with sci-fi and horror-themed lyrics!
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. Stomp This Town
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2. Killing Me
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3. Likes of Me
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4. Venus Flytrap
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5. Invisible Girl
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6. Little Liar
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Yesterday’s Band of Tomorrow! (and vice versa)!
Who are they? WHY are they? From the future, the stone age, outer space, THE GRAVE, and also from a side-ways reality they come. Their songs mix dark magic with quantum physics. It’s ATOMIC-AGE rock-n-roll with a 21st Century twist!
The E-1's combine all their favorite classic rock styles -rockabilly, psychedelia, surf-guitar, punk, what have ya, mix in a little theremin, and tell (slightly tall) tales of giant monsters in love, mad-scientist-eating plants, werewolves, and most frightening of all...femme fatales!
The Exotic Ones take their name from the title of the 1968 horror/cult film (which was also called "The Monster and the Stripper") from Nashville’s first family of film, The Ormonds (Ron, June, and Tim).
The E-1’s wrote and performed “The Doctor is In”, the theme song for Nashville cable’s long-running show, “Chiller Cinema" (a.k.a. WB's "Creature Feature”), hosted by Dr. Gangrene.
The band have one full-length album “Go Ape Wild!” and in 2017 released a follow-up EP, "Stomp This Town!"
When the E-1's visit Earth, they're welcomed at rock clubs, parties, festivals, and sci-fi/horror conventions...for a good time, call The Exotic Ones!

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