#1
check us out, let me know what you think. we just played at the talent show a few weeks ago... we just played a few cover songs for it. we've got a few originals but they're not finished yet so we decided to just stick to the cover set.


let me know what you think.

www.myspace.com/stickcitymafia
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Sometimes I pull down my pants and play slap bass with my schlong. So I guess thats pretty important as well.
#3
pretty ****in tight bro, hell yeah!
I'm also in a ska/punk/bunch of other **** band so keep the music flowing bro, and keep on skanking
Oi! Oi! Oi!
#4
thanks alot.


ill be sure to let you guys know when we have recordings on our page.
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Sometimes I pull down my pants and play slap bass with my schlong. So I guess thats pretty important as well.
#5
yeah bro, you need that
if you can get in a studio that'd be tight
but what I do is I take my video camera and tape our practices
then i make clips of the songs that came out good
and convert them to mp3's

that way you can put together a demo cd for yourselves, fans, possible fans, and venues
#8
thanks peoples
=)
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Sometimes I pull down my pants and play slap bass with my schlong. So I guess thats pretty important as well.
#10
Hey man great stuff, just one thing!

The tone on the clean tone isn't really a ska tone. I know its a picky thing to point out, but personally it's better when the treble is cranked all the way!

Great job, really professional sounding.
#11
i was running straight through a PA system....no amps or anything. the only reason it sounds as good as it does is because i was using a Line 6 Pod with the amp modeling turned on. the les paul just has a really warm tone.


its all good because i just got a fender mustang for graduation =)
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Sometimes I pull down my pants and play slap bass with my schlong. So I guess thats pretty important as well.