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Hot Nasties

Hot Nasties

Hot Nasties


The Hot Nasties were a punk rock band from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. They were of the first wave of Canadian punk rock and featured the future Liberal Party of Canada strategist and lawyer Warren Kinsella on bass and vocals. In 1976, high-school friends Warren Kinsella, Alan McDonald and Pierre Schenk decided to form a punk rock band called the Social Blemishes. In 1977, they changed their name to the Hot Nasties. In 1980, they released their first 7" EP, the Invasion of the Tribbles EP on Kinsella's own Social Blemish Records. Read more on Last.fm
The Hot Nasties were a punk rock band from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. They were of the first wave of Canadian punk rock and featured the future Liberal Party of Canada strategist and lawyer Warren Kinsella on bass and vocals. In 1976, high-school friends Warren Kinsella, Alan McDonald and Pierre Schenk decided to form a punk rock band called the Social Blemishes. In 1977, they changed their name to the Hot Nasties. In 1980, they released their first 7" EP, the Invasion of the Tribbles EP on Kinsella's own Social Blemish Records. Later that year, they produced an album length collection of their songs on cassette. The band split in 1981, but were featured on the 1994 "Smash the State" Volume 1 compilation released by Frank Manley, who also released a Canadian punk rock discography book bearing the same name. Back to his punk rock roots in 2005, Warren Kinsella formed the band Shit From Hell and released a self-titled album which featured two Hot Nasties covers: Barney Rubble (is my double) and Happy Song. In 2005, The Evaporators also covered Barney Rubble is My Double on their Ripple Rock album. Line-up Warren Kinsella a.k.a.

Nuclear Age - Bass, Vocals Ras Pierre Schenk - Lead Guitar Sane Wayne Ahern - Rhythm Guitar Just Plain Tom Edwards - Drums Former Members Alan "Flesh" McDonald - Vocals (later played in The Sturgeons) 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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