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Revitalized Parts // Halo Lacerations

Released 25 March, 2016. Split EP with The Real Burnouts on Dadstache Records. Dark and moody, but totally rock n’ roll on my side, and psychedelic trance – inducing goodness on the flip, as only Paulo can deliver. Scoop up a tape, kiddies! Everybody’s doing it!

Pretend to be Proud

Released October, 2012. An EP written on Christmas day of 2011, then scrapped and rewritten half a year later. Most of the songs were recorded on my 4-track and not really meant to be released, but I figure what the hell, right? 3 bucks gets ya 5 songs plus two bonus tracks. Go for it!

Say Okay





Released May, 2011. Click on the Pay Pal button to shell out some dough and get the CD in the mail via USPS. Trust me: it sounds good. Don’t believe me? Alright, give it a listen! Go to the Band Camp page if you want to save the shipping cost and just get the download, but I seriously recommend having something tangible. Just makes the money spent seem so much more worth it, right?

Songs For My Friends And Those Girls


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Released May, 2011. This is an album chronicling the confusing, bizarre, depressing, annoying, sometimes infuriating, frequently drunk and occasionally high late fall/early winter of 2010; spent watching friends having breakdowns whilst in the midst of one of my own. The songs are about love mostly; or more appropriately what happens when you are reminded in grand fashion that love isn’t as simple as you’d like it to be, and that people aren’t as genuine as you’d like to think they are. Special thanks go to my good friend Pinky, who helped me find the dark places and dig in the right spots. Couldn’t have gotten better without getting worse. Available for free download (above) and/or free streaming at cllct.com.

Songs:
Come See Me
Shaken, Baby

We Love You EP

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This is the single for a song on the upcoming album, Say Okay. It includes the new release of a song called We Love You, as well as a remixed release of What Happened to Holiday, which originally appeared on Daydream Generation #9 via quixodelic.com; Venus (Don’t Believe In Us), which was previously only available aboard an imaginary sea vessel; and Missed Bliss, a demo for a different upcoming album tentatively titled Bad Age for the Underdog.

Click to visit my page on cllct.com, where you can stream all four songs, or just click on the link above to download the whole thing for free!

Songs:
We Love You
Venus (Don’t Believe in Us)

Exercises In Futility
Exercises In Futility


Released spring of 2009, and two years in the making. There was actually some money and quite a bit of effort put into making this album and it’s the most well-received yet. If you dig what you’ve heard so far, show some love and lay down some scratch ($5 USD + $2 shipping, to be exact) so we can maybe have enough money to put out the next one (vinyl, if you’re good)! Or at least use the money to fix some broken equipment… Comes hand numbered with full color booklet featuring artwork and lyrics, and a handmade collage, found picture or photograph taken by Bobby. Limited to 100 copies. Preview everything via Band Camp below, but if you dig it please support independent music and get yourself a CD. It ain’t gonna break the bank, y’know.

The Passionate Misunderstanding
The Passionate Misunderstanding
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A collection of outtakes released late 2008. All were recorded before the release of How’djer Day Go? Link to a review in the reviews section.

Songs:
Oh, What A Day
Requiem For My Puppy Dog

Hugs & Smiles
Hugs & Smiles
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The “official follow-up” to Bad Choice Brigade, originally released in the fall of 2007. Most of the songs were recorded before the previous album and temporarily shelved to make time for the Box Set Challenge. A lot of GbV and JAMC influence; the longest and most erratic album to date, and one of the most well received.

Songs:
Like Brownish Skies
Feeling So Okay

Is It Today Already
Is It Today Already?
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Originally recorded for the Cozy Home’s “Cardboard Box Set: The Troof Over Your Head” and released in the Winter of 2006. Written (with the exception of the Arthur Rules cover) and recorded in just over three weeks. It’s amazing what you can come up with while trying to quit smoking. Again.

Songs:
Intellectual Withdrawal
Big Baby Busts Loose

Bad Choice Brigade
Bad Choice Brigade
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Here’s where it gets interesting. More concise and streamlined, but lacking the experimentation noted in the first two records. Smally’s favorite. The first album that actually got noticed by more than a few. Originally released Summer, 2006.

Songs:
Garage Sale Season
Don’t It Figure?

Enjoy It While You Can
Enjoy It While You Can
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Released during the fall of 2005. More experiments with free-form structure, but moving more towards lo-fi pop. Still pretty unfocused and inexperienced, but whatever. A lot of Sonic Youth, Elephant 6 and Animal Collective happening in the old discman whilst cleaning the Verizon customer service building around the corner every night. And it shows. One of my personal favorites.

Songs:
You’re A Large Insect
You Got Too Much, Son

How’djer Day Go?
How'djer Day Go?
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The first album, released during the winter of 2004. Struggling with a lack of experience in songwriting, singing and musicianship, though feeling quite free and open to experimentation. Part punk, part indie, part psychedelic, all a labour of love.

Songs:
The End of Summer
When Summer Comes Again