The AK Forty Sexuals
The AK Forty Sexuals
It was also during his time in outer space that Lucas picked up his vocal style. (Contrary to popular belief, in space they can hear you scream.) Lacking the telepathy of other space dwellers, Lucas had to shout to communicate. Josh Nibert. Bass and Backing Vocals: Formerly of Couchboy. Josh is the first practitioner of weaponized bass playing. His low end once became so low that he caused “The Great Bowel Voiding Fiasco of 2006.” In the weeks following the incident, Josh and his bass were dubbed “Weapons of Ass Destruction.” It is now illegal for Josh to be within 200 feet of a Bass guitar, but that doesn’t stop him. Derek Thomas.
Drums: Formerly of The Ones That Got Away. At one performance, Derek played a drum solo so intense it vaporized his arms and legs. 3 billion dollars later, Derek was seamlessly fitted with cybernetic appendages. For safety, Derek was also fitted with a microchip in his brain that serves as a “Beat Inhibiter.” This causes a slowing of his playing down to beats per minute more feasible to humans. If the chip were to ever fail, his drumming could cause an atomic explosion large enough to destroy the entire fan base of the Twilight Saga. Lucas, Josh, and Derek united under the common goal of doing a world tour of every planet in the solar system.
With this goal in mind, they began writing, recording and performing their music to raise money for jet fuel for their space ship, the S.S. Damp Surprise. Until they have raised the needed funds (1 million space doubloons), they will be performing on Earth. Listening to The AK Forty Sexuals will make you smarter, more attractive to girls. cure your asthma, whiten your teeth, and "enhance your performance".
Listening to The AK Forty Sexuals is like being trapped on a bus, and if the bus goes below 50 mph you will be forced to throw your newborn child out of a window. You're not, but you throw someone's baby out of a car anyway. The AK Forty Sexuals are just that good. Charleston WV, United States 2005 2013 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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