The Zimmerman Twins | It's All Numb Now

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It's All Numb Now

by The Zimmerman Twins

The Zimmerman Twins raw, raucous debut, "It's All Numb Now" offers up a hellacious joyride of destruction and garage rock.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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1. I Want Money, I Want Whiskey, I Wanna Fuck
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2. Alcohol
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3. Hallelujah (I'm Gonna Get Laid Tonight)
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4. I'm Sex for Drugs
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5. The Methadone Is Killing Me
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6. The Bartender's Name Is Jesus
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7. It's All Numb Now
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8. Goodnight
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9. Keep Your Hands off My Man
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10. Bye Bye Baby Mine
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11. Happy Birthday to Me Fuck to You
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Proudly hailing from Toledo, Ohio, The Zimmerman Twins came to life somewhere in the early 2000's as a brash, trashy garage rock band. Their debut release, "It's All Numb Now" offered up 11 tracks of delicious lo-fi raunch-n-roll. The band would survive this descent into madness and emerge as a full-fledged rock and roll band. On the debut, the opener cuts right to the "sex, booze, and rock-roll" chase, followed by the equally to-the-point "Alcohol". The gleefully stupid ode to life's simplest pleasure, "Hallelujah (I'm Gonna Get Laid Tonight)" sounds a bit like a less Elvis-obsessed Jon Spencer trying to write Tommy James' "Hanky Panky". If you took Lou Reed's "Walk On the Wild Side" and replaced its groove with a hammer and a spike, you'd end up with "I'm Sex For Drugs", a lurid tale of addiction and life on the streets. There's a side-trip into country for "The Methadone Is Killing Me", and there is the wonderfully woozy, spaced-out title track, followed by more sonic blasts including the Stooges-esque "Keep Your Hands Off My Man", the booze and cigarette loving, no regrets, break up song, "Bye Bye Baby Mine", and the Clash influenced "Happy Birthday To Me..." with its ominous and unresolved lyric, "Got dark, dark got, clean shirt, whiskey, gun". All-in-all it makes for a hellacious joyride with a band careening out of control. If a car crash was a party, its soundtrack would be "It's All Numb Now".

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