For fans of rock'n'roll from the 1970s & '80s (proto punk, pub rock, glam, power pop, new wave, Killed by Death-era punk rock, hardcore, swamp rock, psychobilly, the '80s garage/surf revival, paisley underground, shoegazer, etc.).
In the "garage" reign empty beers, bottles of gin, rum and whiskey accompanied by tons of cigarette butts and ash dunes of the Sahara desert ...
After years of being the saws in various groups founded and re-established by the same people and groped to get out of those four walls, Manu & Blace in a vain attempt to clean up that pigsty decided to record a tune quelche capocchiam ...
3 Pieces come out (Why, Sick Boys and Beer) + 2 Cover of Beat Happening (Bad Seeds and Bewitched) ...
Shit! Among all the shit else in this place, perhaps this is the one that smells like it ... 2 and finally decided to put together a band cn a name that should sound good but that does not mean shit.
After a while, begins the grim search for someone to take the trouble to not humiliate each figure of shit become the unfortunate and the poor innocent (so to speak ...) Jenny.
A big surprise of the trio, things are not too bad and you have a good live activity throughout the year with a good mix of covers and original songs ... but the best is yet to come!
Tired of the usual formation of three and with the desire to be more assholes and fucksters live collaborates with another trio of insanity that have revolved around the band. Mark on guitar, vocals and harmonica complements the mix of fanatical lunatics and offers an excellent contribution to the recording of the split "My daddy was a serial killer" released in 2011.
After months of physical inactivity and mental training Original (maintenance, Blace, jenny) decides to return to play and rely on "Joe Mitraglia" to return to the battery and disturbing the peace of our boring acoustic country ... Between music and noise often bring misfortune on us! Love for everyone
One of many reviews on ADEN:
There is the smell of CBGB's among the furrows from Aden rests flat on the disk for about twenty minutes you seem to see a punk festival in New York in the '70s, closed between the walls of the tattooed punk clubs most famous ever (RIP) to listen to bands like the Heartbreakers, Richard Hell & The Voidoids, Dictators and Dead Boys, which ignite the stage to the sound of razor punk and "candid" moments new wave, rock and roll steeped in style and perdition typically New York City. Revival, you may think. Of course, the Aden does not invent anything, it is true, but fail to reproduce the sound of those bands with a sharp garage and a light-hearted spirit (made in Italy?) That give the proposal an enviable vitality and elevate the band to a higher level than to the many carbon-copies.
Favorite Music/Influences (list some bands, musicians, genres, etc.):
NIRVANA-FLIPPER-MUDHONEY-BEAT HAPPENING-JAY RAETARD-THE CLEAN-THEE OH SEES-CRAMPS-IMPACT-KINA-BAD BRAINS-DEAD KENNEDYS-MEAT PUPPETS-SONIC YOUTH-IGGY POP AND THE STOOGES-VELVET UNDERGROUND-DAVID BOWIE-SHELLAC-BUTTHOLE SURFERS-HUSKER DU-PIXIES-R.E.M.-JOY DIVISION-RAMONES-BABES IN TOYLAND-THE GERMS-DWARVES-DEVO-VASELINES-BLACK LIPS-MC5-13TH FLOOR ELEVATOR-THE SONICS-THE BEATLES-THE WHO AND MANY MORE....
WE LOVE VINTAGE VINYL!!!!!!
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