Album: KIll Them Before They Eat (2010)

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location:Long Beach,CA / originally Harrisburg, PA
.....self destruction is time consuming...
DISCOGRAPHY
2010- BELLE RINGER 7"(HELLS TONE)
2009- KILL THEM BEFORE THEY EAT(MAY CAUSE DIZZINESS)
2009- LET'S GET KILLED V/A(ERRATIC!)
2008- THE PROSTITUTES,25 SONG DISCOGRAPHY(STICKFIGURE)
2003- THE INVERSIONS,HUNG BY THE PHONE 7"(RAPID PULSE)
2003- THE INVERSIONS,DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE 7"(RAPID PULSE)
2003- 3 MINUTE HEROES V/A (PELADO)
2003- S/T 25 SONGS (PELADO)
2001- BLOWN OUT AGAIN V/A (B-SIDES)
1999- TWENTY-TWO 7" (BLACK HOLE)
1998- CANT TEACH KIDS RESPONSIBILITY LP(PELADO)
1997- LIVING WRECK 7"(AMERICAN PUNK)
1997- THIS IS AMERICAN PUNK V.A(AMERICAN PUNK)
1996- PUNK ROCK THATS REAL V/A(PELADO)
1996- GET ME SICK! 7"(PELADO)
1996- DONT BE AFRAID TO POGO V/A (POGOSTICK)




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contact:kevinmcgovern@ymail.com
The Prostitutes, who set the standard for obnoxious/trashy/"snotty" punk rock in the late '90s. They were the most compelling and authentically degenerate band of their time and style. Their music was unabashedly primitive yet seemingly inspired by a rare, twisted genius. No punk rock n' roll group since has even come close to topping the 'tutes. Hailing from the festering environs of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania (perhaps the only state capitol in the U.S. that can rightfully be called a "dead-end town"), the Prostitutes lived their music and affected no pose. They were chemical-abusing, people-hating, fast-living, going-nowhere miscreants who played music that was real, raw, dangerous, and true. They were poster children for a generation of failures and fuck-ups left behind by the American dream. They were holdovers from the pre-'94 era of punk, when calling yourself "punk rock" was tantamount to commercial suicide and a sure pathway to disrepute and societal rejection. Songs about heroin, hangovers, and family dysfunction reflected their true experiences - not some put-on notion of what punk music was "supposed" to be. At a time when much of the burgeoning "underground" rock of the day seemed tailored for the approval of the good-looking, mall-shopping masses, the 'tutes made music that spoke to the damaged souls who roamed the dive bars, meth labs, and halfway houses of downtrodden America. The Prostitutes were the archetypical snot-punk band of their day, but their peculiar brand of deviant rock n' roll was not traceable to any obvious influences. The Pagans and G.G. Allin and the Jabbers were probably their primary precursors, but one is just as likely to hear traces of Crime pugnacity or Humpers swagger in now-classic songs