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Goodbye, Asshole is the first studio album by San Francisco scuzz-wave merchants Fuckwolf-it's a rat's nest of deep grooves, lost '70s rock riff intentions and art punk damage.These conundrums of time inform Goodbye, Asshole, but they are hardly romanticized in it's music. The band, Eric Park (bass, vocals), Simon Phillips (drums) and Tomo Yasuda (guitar) sound blazing and scuzzy, a tight low-fi energy blasted onto tape at renowned Bay Area indie studios summarizing the last twenty years of San Francisco's wild artistic soul - one that is now hard to find much evidence of in the city itself, but impossible to miss in the band's sound. Fans of OSEES, Pink Fairies, late '70s NYC, Emotional Rescue-era Stones, trashy post-punk dub and solvent-huffing rejoice!
Goodbye, Asshole is the first studio album by San Francisco scuzz-wave merchants Fuckwolf-it's a rat's nest of deep grooves, lost '70s rock riff intentions and art punk damage.These conundrums of time inform Goodbye, Asshole, but they are hardly romanticized in it's music. The band, Eric Park (bass, vocals), Simon Phillips (drums) and Tomo Yasuda (guitar) sound blazing and scuzzy, a tight low-fi energy blasted onto tape at renowned Bay Area indie studios summarizing the last twenty years of San Francisco's wild artistic soul - one that is now hard to find much evidence of in the city itself, but impossible to miss in the band's sound. Fans of OSEES, Pink Fairies, late '70s NYC, Emotional Rescue-era Stones, trashy post-punk dub and solvent-huffing rejoice!
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Goodbye, Asshole
Artist: Fuckwolf
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Flamin' Hot Cheetos
2. King Cake Stakeout
3. White Claw
4. Beef Broth
5. My Life
6. Nu Shooz
7. SF²
8. Hi Skool
9. Bats
10. Rock Song #1

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Goodbye, Asshole is the first studio album by San Francisco scuzz-wave merchants Fuckwolf-it's a rat's nest of deep grooves, lost '70s rock riff intentions and art punk damage.These conundrums of time inform Goodbye, Asshole, but they are hardly romanticized in it's music. The band, Eric Park (bass, vocals), Simon Phillips (drums) and Tomo Yasuda (guitar) sound blazing and scuzzy, a tight low-fi energy blasted onto tape at renowned Bay Area indie studios summarizing the last twenty years of San Francisco's wild artistic soul - one that is now hard to find much evidence of in the city itself, but impossible to miss in the band's sound. Fans of OSEES, Pink Fairies, late '70s NYC, Emotional Rescue-era Stones, trashy post-punk dub and solvent-huffing rejoice!
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