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Truck And Disorderly

Malt Soda 9

Released on January 13, 2004

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Some might have considered Crosstops a mere pimple on the West Coast punk scene, but they've been evolving into a full blown festering sore right where you wouldn't admit it. On their 2nd full length CD "Truck & Disorderly", the take no prisoners approach to their particular off brand punk sound leaves one to wonder what hole these creeps crawled out of and when are they going back? Well, they're here to stay and are ready to blaze a trail of carnage across the butt cheeks of America. They might represent the dark side of life and are certainly not in any way affiliated with the watered down bubble gum punk of the day, but they do have a certain spice to their sound that is easily digestible. Heavy guitar riffage accented by a balls out rhythm section topped with articulate yet inordinately funny vocals dealing with the finest pleasures in life or possibly, the worst of the worst. But it's all in good fun and serious is barely a word in their vocabulary. But the thing they are serious about is kicking up the dust and making sure every show is as important as the next one. The band has been a constant source of the San Francisco music scene for many years and has traveled nation wide as well as Canada & Mexico spreading their word over both truck CB's and stage microphones. Crosstops look forward to touring parts of Europe in 2004 as well as North America. Crosstops consist of strange and impressive characters such as lead guitar master and vocals The Wooper (a.k.a. Barry "D'live" Ward) who has served time for many years with R.K.L. (Rich Kids on LSD), and done some hired gun gigs with the likes of Gwar, Me First & The Gimme Gimme's & many more. Eyeball(a.k.a. Isaac Camner) jams the Rhythm Guitar and is also known for a slew of music videos he's directed for Bad Co films & Hot Rod Pictures. Chatty (a.k.a. Andre Salcido) is the drum extraordinaire and on this recording Dui Goodpecker kicks out the bass lines and handles vocals with ease. Recently departing for other obligations he's been replaced by The Silky Weasel (a.k.a. Joey Hancock) as the new 4 string slinger. As a team the band will continue to infest the minds of those who listen and continue to inspire, entertain, inform and perhaps force feed the masses with a heavy morsel of rock candy guaranteed to curb almost any punk enthusiast's sweet tooth.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Rough And Rowdy Ways Voted #1  25%
2 Hurricane Shirley Voted #2  25%
3 Goin Schoolastic  0%
4 Drinkin Man  0%
5 Old Milwaukee Voted #3  17%
6 Le Stump  0%
7 Me & The Road  0%
8 Fingercuffs  0%
9 Snobs  17%
10 Hard, Hard Travelin Man  0%
11 Holiday In Your Bun  0%
12 Blistered  0%
13 Bender Down To Denver  8%
14 White Trash Blue Ball  8%
15 To The End Of The World  0%
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Grant from Lincoln, NB Canada 
Jul 12 2011 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Good god damn! Imagine the Supersuckers taking on Motorhead in a no holds barred bare knuckle fist fight in a truck stop parking lot, and you're comin' close to the hell raisin'good times that are The Crosstops. Leading off with the raucous "Rough & Rowdy Ways", The Crosstops offer up fifteen odes to sex, liquor, sex, truckin', sex, and...uh...amputees on this album. Think a more countryfied Cocknoose. For fans Of The Supersuckers, Nashville Pussy, The Lazy Cowgirls, and Hank 3.

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Hugh from Athlone, Ireland 
Jul 24 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I like this alot. Up beat, fast paced punk with heavy country influences. I'd like to see them live. Lots of energy, they seem like fun. Good songs are Hurricane Shirley, Snobs, Bender Down to Denver, ah shit they're all great!

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