Wckr Spgt Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Wckr Spgt Lyrics - by Popularity

1 No Sign Of Danger Part Ii
2 The Girl (Still Running)
3 God Talks To The Man And The Ox
4 Elegant Dirt Part Ii
5 She Lies
6 To The Bronx
7 Everything's Scary
8 In Retrospect
9 The Ox Strikes Back
10 Tustin Coin-Op
11 Tustin Coin-Op Party
12 Getting To The Root
13 I'll See You In Heaven
14 Tarla Walks
15 No Sign Of Danger
16 The Charles Mountain
17 Daphne Stepping Sideways
18 Because (She'll Do Anything)
19 The Cleaning Of The Rock
20 The Caring Song
21 Elegant Dirt
22 Ox Chase
23 The Finding Of The Foot
24 Old Boxing Footage
25 Rude Awakening
26 Everybody's Dead (Oh, No)
27 History Repents
28 Should I Go In?
29 e.e.
30 Intuition And Stupidity
31 The Charles Mansion
32 Flinch Mob
33 After The Fact
34 Lost In Texas
35 Singles At Church
36 A Thousand Hail Marys
37 Respect For Lawnmowers
38 Uninvited Guest At A Dinner Party
39 An Appointment With Death
40 Making Love In The Pew
41 Charles Mansion
42 Should I Go Inside?
43 Back At The Charles Mountain
44 Marriage at 30,000 Feet
45 Epilogue
46 Escape
47 The Backyard
48 Folkal Point
49 Freud Was Right
50 The Big-Faced Girl
51 Getting It Down
52 Head Through Iowa Now
53 Unfair Prospects
54 God Starts To Cry
55 How Did You Meet Them?
56 Lifting The Tissue
57 Capricorn One
58 No Sign Of Danger Part Iii
59 Goodbye, Ox
60 Memories Of A Recent Journey
61 Brown Bag of Dreams
62 Pursuit
63 House On The Hillside, Stranger
64 Rolling The Bum
65 Poochy Woman
66 The Apology (Accepted)
67 Yesterday Her Lugs Exploded

Wckr Spgt Bio

Wckr Spgt is an American musical band, that formed in 1981 in Claremont, California. Their influences include dadaism and punk rock, and they were part of an early movement focused primarily on experimental home recording and cassette culture that eventually evolved into lo-fi and indie rock. The band consists of Joel Huschle, Mark Givens, and Dave Carpenter and, over the years, a plethora of guest musicians and artists, notably John Darnielle of The Mountain Goats, Ian Carlson of The Desperation Squad, and the members of Nothing Painted Blue (Franklin Bruno, Kyle Brodie, and Peter Hughes).

Early audio cassettes were distributed throughout the Pomona Valley primarily in independent record stores like Toxic Shock in Pomona and Rhino Records in Claremont. In the 1990s the record label Shrimper distributed Wckr Spgt recordings including 1997's Everybody's Dead (Oh, No). Their solitary 7" EP 'Cream' (1993) came in a limited edition of 450 in a hand-drawn sleeve sprinkled with glitter.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wckr_Spgt