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A Midnite Choir

A Midnite Choir

A Midnite Choir


A Midnite Choir is a cult underground weird carnival punk cabaret act from Seattle, reformed into The Bad Things in 2002. Upon the demise of the Choir, Jimmy the Pickpocket (accordion, vocals) and Mad Wilcox (upright bass, musical saw) began playing new songs on the wet, Seattle sidewalks under the "Bad Things" moniker (a name taken from A Midnite Choir's ode to alcohol DT's "Physical Withdrawals"), eventually growing into the 6-piece ensemble that you see today. Read more on Last.fm
A Midnite Choir is a cult underground weird carnival punk cabaret act from Seattle, reformed into The Bad Things in 2002. Upon the demise of the Choir, Jimmy the Pickpocket (accordion, vocals) and Mad Wilcox (upright bass, musical saw) began playing new songs on the wet, Seattle sidewalks under the "Bad Things" moniker (a name taken from A Midnite Choir's ode to alcohol DT's "Physical Withdrawals"), eventually growing into the 6-piece ensemble that you see today. The Legend of the creation of A Midnite Choir: "It was a crooked little town... loomed like a lynching as it listed an' twisted o'er the ground.

Whereon the sinking, stinking streets, amid the treachery and screams, our story begins, as if in a dream... The bad things had come for him. the winged pink midgets were hacking their way through the walls. A slippery, slidy something slithered along the ceiling.

A voice... 'they're coming out of my eyes'. a giggle... a scream...

geologic tremens... The captain was in bad need of a drink, so he hitched his burden high upon his back and set out through the methane and the mud. stealin' through the mazes and the cracks, he staggered past the swollen faces sprawled in every doorway, lyin' there in moanin' heaps and stacks. But that burden weighed upon him and a burnin' settled in, till he buckled in the alley, (fever in that alley).

Wretchin', bloated stench, and he went down into the din..." Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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