Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Trixie And The Merch Girls-DIY, Meatmarket Hotline, and Dead Giraffe CD-Rs

Trixie and the Merch Girls was a side project band done by the three members of Thee Fine Lines, a long-running Springfield garage rock group. They had an eclectic musical style, incorporating elements of punk, pop, and the avant-garde. Trixie’s smooth vocals gave the band a surprisingly pleasing sound, and they were a regular act at the 423 Club during their existence as a band from 1999-2002. The download file includes their fist two recordings, the DIY and Meatmarket Hotline EPs, as well as their only full-length release, 2002’s Dead Giraffe. The band recorded several other CD-R EPs as well as a split 7” with the Jim-Jims, most of which are available on the Wee Rock Records website.


1. I Wish...
2. Buy It Grrrl
3. My Cock
4. Four Two Four
5. Piggies
6. Lick It Up

Meatmarket Hotline CD-R

1. I Ain't Goin' Nowhere
2. Ouch!
3. Candy, Snacks, Gas
4. Basement Song
5. Rock & Roll Nightmares
6. It's So Nice
7. Eggs

Dead Giraffe CD-R

1. Gabe, Can We Borrow Your Gun?
2. Worms
3. Pluggie
4. Song for Adam
5. BB Man
6. The Bass Amp has Arrived
7. Little Chinese Man
8. Dead Giraffe
9. Train Song
10. Fine Lines
11. Conan, We Love You
12. Leavin' People Hangin'
13. It's Me


1 comment:

Débora said...


Thank you!

Greetings From México