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J. Creepers

J. Creepers

J. Creepers


The J. Creepers are a psychobilly/blues punk/white boy reggae/77 style/rawk band from Pittsburgh USA. They started in 1996 or 1997 or 1998 or sometime thereabouts, they can't really remember. The lineup has always been: Davy Hamburgers (davycreeper on last.fm) - Guitar and Vox Craig Kunkel - Bass Kyle Stubbs - Drums Their first album was called "The J. Creepers Feel You Up" it came out in 2000 and pretty much sucked but did have a song called "Corky" Read more on Last.fm
The J. Creepers are a psychobilly/blues punk/white boy reggae/77 style/rawk band from Pittsburgh USA. They started in 1996 or 1997 or 1998 or sometime thereabouts, they can't really remember. The lineup has always been: Davy Hamburgers (davycreeper on last.fm) - Guitar and Vox Craig Kunkel - Bass Kyle Stubbs - Drums Their first album was called "The J.

Creepers Feel You Up" it came out in 2000 and pretty much sucked but did have a song called "Corky" which Davy pestered several hundred people to napster off of him and subsequently got downloaded by a couple thousand other mp3 fiends, a few of whom even liked it okay and said so. To this day if you google "corky.mp3" you will be directed to shady Russian Warez sites with links to J. Creepers old songs that don't work but will open many pop up windows, so don't click that shit. Their second album didn't come until 2007 and was called "Trick Bug" and it's not too shabby, Their third record is called "Sweet Tea With Jackassius" and it will be released Sep.

29 2012. They play good skateboarding music, and that's the whole scene Jones. 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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