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Low Budgets

Leave Us A Loan

Chunksaah 30

Released on August 7, 2007


On the very last day of the last Dead Milkmen tour, Chris Peelout met milkman Joe Jack Talcum outside while a fire was being extinguished inside. A year later Chris showed up at Joe's West Philadelphia apartment claiming to be homeless and that night they wrote their first song together, eventually forming The Low Budgets along with Steve Please and Dandrew This. "Minimal effort equals maximum pleasure" is The Low Budgets credo and this Philly four-piece are serious about being laidback. Songs about pizza menus, beer bellies, and "livin' la vida broka", Leave Us A Loan, with its Devo meets Descendents attitude, showcases the bands urgency to shake your booty while you save your looty. Viva la value-rock!

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Asthma Attacker Voted #1  50%
2 Plastic  0%
3 Wipe My Ass With The World Voted #3  17%
4 Fat Cop  0%
5 Craft Fair Voted #2  33%
6 Beer Belly  0%
7 Pizza Menu  0%
8 Clark Park After Dark  0%
9 Philadelphia  0%
10 Signals  0%
11 Gaper's Delay  0%
12 Change It  0%
13 Shit!  0%
14 Breaking Kiel  0%
15 Let Go  0%
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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Sep 7 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a really great new full length from a good band. One of the Dead Milkmen are in this band. Check out the song "Fat Cop". A good 2007 release worth getting!

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