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Authorized The Larroquettes releases - Don’t be stupid

The Larroquettes have agreed to be on the releases listed below. If The Larroquettes are on any releases that are not listed below, then we have not authorized The Larroquettes name or recordings to be used in any way, shape or form. If you see The Larroquettes on anything other than what is listed below, then this means a thief, a liar, a douche bag, a shit eater, has decided to release The Larroquettes material on something The Larroquettes have NOT been contacted about and HAVE NOT agreed upon being involved with.

1. EP#1 - Released 04/01/2010 on Suicide By Suit Global - SBS017

2. Double Platinum - Released 11/01/2010 on Suicide By Suit Global - SBS019

3. The Larroquettes 01/31/11 Beat Kitchen Demo on Suicide By Suit Global - SBS020

4. Hate Mail Demo - Released 04/01/2011 on Suicide By Suit Global - SBS021

5. Quartet Loser - Released 07/04/2011 on Suicide By Suit Global - SBS022

6. Live At The Silverfish Hotel - Released 12/04/2011 on 

Suicide By Suit Global - SBS024

7. Mooster Mania Compilation CD - Released July 21 2012 on Mooster Records - http://moosterrecords.webs.com/moostermania.htm

8. Culture Generator Vol.1 Compilation CD - Released March 2010 on Mooster Records - http://moosterrecords.webs.com/culturegenerator.htm

9. Out Of Step: A Tribute To Minor Threat - Released 2013 on Infested Records - http://infestedrecords.bigcartel.com/product/out-of-step-a-tribute-to-minor-threat

That is all. If you see anything else out there containing The Larroquettes name on it and it is not listed above, then it has NOT been authorized by The Larroquettes, living and/or dead. If you are a liar that has decided to release Larroquettes material without The Larroquettes authorization, you are a theif and a lying sack of dog shit with no freinds and no reason to being involved in music. Your life is empty and you need assistance with your soul. Thank you. Jah. - The Larroquettes

The last Larroquettes show tonight - The Mutiny

Paul here. Tonight will be the last Larroquettes show. We’ve had a chance to play with alot of awesome bands, meet allot of cool people, hear alot of great music, had some great times and even got a tour or two in. I myself would like to thank the following people for being there at our shows, helping us with booking shows, giving us a chance, contributing to the band somehow, put us up, fed us, bought our merch and where cool to us.
Punkshots Tom
Cal’s Liquors and Mike Feirnstein
Kevin Tabisz & The Black Belts
Vortis
Ian Tomele
Aaron and Maggie Roemig
Nicole Harrod
Tranquilizer Radio
Beware, My Lovely
Christopher Carlton and Critical Mass
Sam and Beth Goldberg
Adrian Mann
Ryan Riley
Sutured Psyche
Okr Onekindradio
The Bumpus Hounds
The Bomb Sawyers
The Ex-Bombers
Save More Lounge
The Kobanes
Bambi Raptor
Gary and Rachel
TJ Kong and The Atomic Bomb
Kevin Thom
Matt Vecchio
Annie Midnight Red
more to be added if I remember.

http://www.MOOSTERRECORDS.TK Brandons running a monster record label as of late you need to check out. This thing is takin off as Mooster already has a ton of vinyl releases coming out. Ive been trying to keep up with my record buying as of late but knowing someone who has a label can be a challenge on the ole wallet! I want all the vinyl! Gimmie! -paul

Saturday August 25th American Legion Block Party

Tomorrow we throw ourselves to rock gods in the name of supporting the American Legion in Chicago. It’s actually the last American Legion standing in Chicago. My dad was a proud member of the American Legion post 57 in Elgin IL. I remember going there often with him so he could shoot the shit with his friends while I sat idly by enjoying my coke. We’d go there in the dead of summer to cool off in the AC as we never had AC in our house. Blinded by the sunlight, I’d find it dark as the lighting was low but the AC was nice and cool. Top that with a ice cold coke, it was refreshing as hell. They had $2 burger and a fish frynight every Thursday night. It would be packed with folks, mostly elderly vets and their families. I was always the youngest there as I should mention I was birthed late in my pops life. He proudly served in WWII even with a bum (fake do to an illness) hip, he served how ever he could. Even in the National Guard he was very active in New Mexico where he grew up. No handicap could keep him from at least trying to serve his country any way he could. The Legion post57 donated their space for my pops after funeral family dinner as well and in 2003 they honored him for his service by presenting my mom with a special plaque. Im lucky to be able to observe the culture there and to be a son of a vet. My pop was a proud hard working dude and I am always amazed at his legacy of love in my family. Tomorrows for you pop. - Paul

August 25th will be a busy day!
Aug 25th 1PM @ FDR American Legion Post 923 Block Party, 1824 W Cortland St, Chicago IL. with Cooler By The Lake, Wanton Looks, Just Nutz, and more!
Aug 25th 9PM @ Friends and co. 509 Vanburen Ave, Charleston, IL. w, Ex-Bombers, Malt Liquor and Phyllis

We lied once again! We are playing June 29th with our buds Bambi Raptor at the Beat Kitchen. Mariah is out until July so me and Brandon will be laying it down two piece style. We got together tonight and configured my guitar through 2 amps, one bass amp and one guitar amp, along with a myriad of different pedals to fill in the sound. The best result came from both amps with the neck pickup switched on and the tone knob all the way down. Eric Clapton would call this the “woman tone” as this is how he got his muff/fuzz sound during the Cream days. I like this sound though the jangle is kinda missing. I’ll bring the jangle back when Mariah is there to lay down the bottom end. None the less, we had a few psychedelic jams going on tonight with the wah and five distortion pedals. Like a Mudhoney, Black Keys meets Blue Cheer jam. Niiiiiiiice.
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We lied once again! We are playing June 29th with our buds Bambi Raptor at the Beat Kitchen. Mariah is out until July so me and Brandon will be laying it down two piece style. We got together tonight and configured my guitar through 2 amps, one bass amp and one guitar amp, along with a myriad of different pedals to fill in the sound. The best result came from both amps with the neck pickup switched on and the tone knob all the way down. Eric Clapton would call this the “woman tone” as this is how he got his muff/fuzz sound during the Cream days. I like this sound though the jangle is kinda missing. I’ll bring the jangle back when Mariah is there to lay down the bottom end. None the less, we had a few psychedelic jams going on tonight with the wah and five distortion pedals. Like a Mudhoney, Black Keys meets Blue Cheer jam. Niiiiiiiice.

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