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The Record Store Day release "The King Is Dead" by the Cutthroat Brothers and Mike Watt was such a success that the album is getting a vinyl reissue, due out 4/29/2022. The Cutthroat Brothers are a duo of real-life barbers, the Sweeney Todds of Rock, Jason Cutthroat on vocals & guitar and Donny Paycheck on drums. For this album, "The King Is Dead", the duo called on another Punk Rock icon, Mike Watt. Jack Endino (Mudhoney, The Sonics, Screaming Trees, L7, Soundgarden) produced mixed and mastered this LP. This album has the North Pacific sound all over. Their songs are about blood, death, drugs, sex, black magic, bad relationships, although not necessarily in that order.
The Record Store Day release "The King Is Dead" by the Cutthroat Brothers and Mike Watt was such a success that the album is getting a vinyl reissue, due out 4/29/2022. The Cutthroat Brothers are a duo of real-life barbers, the Sweeney Todds of Rock, Jason Cutthroat on vocals & guitar and Donny Paycheck on drums. For this album, "The King Is Dead", the duo called on another Punk Rock icon, Mike Watt. Jack Endino (Mudhoney, The Sonics, Screaming Trees, L7, Soundgarden) produced mixed and mastered this LP. This album has the North Pacific sound all over. Their songs are about blood, death, drugs, sex, black magic, bad relationships, although not necessarily in that order.
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The Record Store Day release "The King Is Dead" by the Cutthroat Brothers and Mike Watt was such a success that the album is getting a vinyl reissue, due out 4/29/2022. The Cutthroat Brothers are a duo of real-life barbers, the Sweeney Todds of Rock, Jason Cutthroat on vocals & guitar and Donny Paycheck on drums. For this album, "The King Is Dead", the duo called on another Punk Rock icon, Mike Watt. Jack Endino (Mudhoney, The Sonics, Screaming Trees, L7, Soundgarden) produced mixed and mastered this LP. This album has the North Pacific sound all over. Their songs are about blood, death, drugs, sex, black magic, bad relationships, although not necessarily in that order.
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