Violent Soho

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Covered in Chrome 00:00 Tools
Jesus Stole My Girlfriend 02:57 Tools
Viceroy 04:44 Tools
Fur Eyes 04:51 Tools
Saramona Said 03:57 Tools
Like Soda 03:22 Tools
Dope Calypso 05:04 Tools
Muscle Junkie 03:16 Tools
Tinderbox 04:05 Tools
In The Aisle 00:40 Tools
Neighbour Neighbour 03:22 Tools
How To Taste 03:03 Tools
So Sentimental 03:03 Tools
Blanket 03:03 Tools
Lowbrow 03:31 Tools
OK Cathedral 04:44 Tools
Son Of Sam 03:00 Tools
Gold Coast 04:20 Tools
Here Be Dragons 03:15 Tools
Love Is A Heavy Word 03:05 Tools
Eightfold 04:03 Tools
Liars 03:41 Tools
Hungry Ghost 04:16 Tools
Bombs Over Broadway 03:10 Tools
No Shade 03:03 Tools
Outsider 03:01 Tools
Narrow Ways 03:37 Tools
Slippery Tongue 03:03 Tools
My Generation 03:03 Tools
Waco 03:03 Tools
Evergreen 03:03 Tools
Holy Cave 03:03 Tools
Slow Wave 03:03 Tools
Low 03:03 Tools
Generation 03:03 Tools
A-OK 03:03 Tools
Eat Your Parents 03:03 Tools
Vacation Forever 03:03 Tools
Birth Of The Teen-Age 07:10 Tools
Dumb Machine 04:47 Tools
Scrape It 03:28 Tools
Paper Plane 03:01 Tools
Paper Planes 03:01 Tools
Tinderbox (Bonus Track) 03:29 Tools
My Pal 04:05 Tools
Black City 05:01 Tools
One On 04:02 Tools
Revolutionary 04:07 Tools
Hollywood 03:29 Tools
Jesus Stole My Girlfriend - Edited Version 02:57 Tools
Domestic Lala 02:57 Tools
JESUS STOLE MY GIRLFRIEND - ALBUM VERSION 02:08 Tools
Tinderbox - Bonus Track 02:57 Tools
Home Haircut 02:57 Tools
Task Force 02:08 Tools
Neighbour Neighbour (2012) 00:00 Tools
Covered In Chrome (vk.com/recoverymusic) 02:08 Tools
Muscle Junkie (ver.2) 03:15 Tools
Covered in Chrome - Live from triple j's One Night Stand Mildura 03:15 Tools
Ok Cathedral (vk.com/recoverymusic) 02:08 Tools
Lazy Eye 00:00 Tools
On On 00:00 Tools
Dope Calypso (vk.com/recoverymusic) 03:15 Tools
Lazy Eye {triple j Like A Version 2016} 03:37 Tools
Like Soda {triple j live recording, Splendour In The Grass 2016} 02:59 Tools
Here Be Dragons [Album Version] 03:15 Tools
Saramona Said (vk.com/recoverymusic) 03:15 Tools
Son Of Sam [Album Version] 02:59 Tools
Covered in Chrome {triple j live recording, One Night Stand Mildura 2014} 03:15 Tools
Tinderbox - Live from triple j's One Night Stand Mildura 03:37 Tools
Jesus Stole My Girlfriend (Dillinger Escape Plan Remix) 03:32 Tools
SON OF SAM - ALBUM VERSION 03:41 Tools
Love Is A Heavy Word [Album Version] 03:04 Tools
My Generation [Album Version] 03:02 Tools
Covered in Chrome (Live from triple j's One Night Stand Mildura) 03:37 Tools
Saramona Said {triple j live recording, One Night Stand Mildura 2014} 02:59 Tools
Saramona Says {triple j live recording, One Night Stand Mildura 2014} 02:59 Tools
MUSCLE JUNKIE - ALBUM VERSION 00:30 Tools
Eat Your Parents [Album Version] 03:06 Tools
Viceroy {triple j live recording, Splendour In The Grass 2016} 03:02 Tools
How To Taste {triple j live recording, Splendour In The Grass 2016} 03:02 Tools
Covered In Chrome (Live) 03:00 Tools
In the Aisle - Live from triple j's One Night Stand Mildura 03:37 Tools
Covered in Chrome (Official Video) 03:16 Tools
Narrow Ways [Album Version] 03:37 Tools
Outsider [Album Version] 03:00 Tools
MY GENERATION - ALBUM VERSION 00:30 Tools
Love Is a Heavy Word - Live from triple j's One Night Stand Mildura 03:37 Tools
Jesus Stole My Girlfriend (Edited Version) 02:57 Tools
SLIPPERY TONGUE - ALBUM VERSION 00:30 Tools
Jesus Stole My Girlfriend (Album Version) 03:18 Tools
My Pal (God cover) 03:02 Tools
HERE BE DRAGONS - ALBUM VERSION 03:18 Tools
Adam's Song (Blink 182 cover) 03:50 Tools
Muscle Junkie [Explicit] 03:16 Tools
Covered in Chrome by Violent Soho 03:04 Tools
Jesus Stole My Girlfriend (acoustic) 03:04 Tools
On And On 03:16 Tools
Muscle Junkie (Album Version) 00:30 Tools
Fur Eyes (vk.com/recoverymusic) 03:16 Tools
OUTSIDER - ALBUM VERSION 03:41 Tools
Hungry Ghost (vk.com/recoverymusic) 02:08 Tools
Gold Coast (vk.com/recoverymusic) 03:16 Tools
Tinderbox (2012) 00:00 Tools
Neighbour Neighbour (Official Video) 03:41 Tools
Neighbour Neighbour (IJsbreker) 03:50 Tools
LOVE IS A HEAVY WORD - ALBUM VERSION 03:18 Tools
Task Force (Razar cover) 02:08 Tools
NARROW WAYS - ALBUM VERSION 02:08 Tools
In the Aisle (Live from triple j's One Night Stand Mildura) 03:18 Tools
Like Soda ( Stream) 02:08 Tools
Here Be Dragons (Album Version) 00:30 Tools
Dope Calypso (Official Video) 03:18 Tools
Narrow Ways (Album Version) 00:30 Tools
Muscle Junkie-(Edited Album Version) 02:08 Tools
Jesus Stole My Girlfriend (Track 8 of 13) (Live in Sydney) 03:18 Tools
Like Soda (New Single 2015) 02:08 Tools
My Generation (Album Version) 03:41 Tools
Bombs Over Broadway (Album Version) 00:30 Tools
Viceroy (Official Video) 02:49 Tools
Covered in Chrome (Live in Hollywood) | Rooftop Riots 03:18 Tools
Jesus stole my girlfriend - mastered 02:08 Tools
BOMBS OVER BROADWAY - ALBUM VERSION 02:08 Tools
Muscle Junkie (clean) 03:18 Tools
Bombs Over Broadway [Explicit] 03:18 Tools
Outside 03:18 Tools
Covered In Chrome Violent Soho 03:18 Tools
Viceroy & Evergreen (at Lightspace, Brisbane) 00:30 Tools
Eightfold (vk.com/recoverymusic) 02:08 Tools
Tinderbox (Live from triple j's One Night Stand Mildura) 03:18 Tools
Outsider (Album Version) 03:18 Tools
Slippery Tongue (Album Version) 03:18 Tools
Like Soda (Official Video) 03:18 Tools
Neighbour Neighbour (Bonus Track) 00:30 Tools
Muscle Junkie (Demo) 00:30 Tools
Son Of Sam (Album Version) 00:30 Tools
Saramona Said (Official Video) 00:30 Tools
Love Is A Heavy Word (Album Version) 00:30 Tools
Narrow Ways [Explicit] 03:18 Tools
Son of sam - mastered 03:18 Tools
Jesus Stole My Girlfriend (2010) 02:49 Tools
Eat Your Parents (Australian Release) 03:18 Tools
Adam's Song 03:07 Tools
Violent Soho - Muscle Junkie 00:30 Tools
My Pal (Cover God) 03:02 Tools
Here Be Dragons [Альтернативный рок] 02:49 Tools
Generation [Alternative Rock] 00:30 Tools
Jesus Stole My Girlfriend [Alternative Rock] 00:30 Tools
Covered in Chrome (zaycev.net) 03:02 Tools
Violent Soho - In The Aisle 03:41 Tools
Violent Soho - Neighbour Neighbour 03:41 Tools
Lowbrow (vk.com/recoverymusic) 03:41 Tools
Love Is a Heavy Word (Live from triple j's One Night Stand Mildura) 03:41 Tools
Covered in Chrome - 2013 03:41 Tools
Scrape It ('We Don't Belong Here' version) 03:41 Tools
Muscle Junkie - mastered 03:41 Tools
Jesus Stole My Girlfriend (w/ Credits) 03:07 Tools
Dumb Machine ('We Don't Belong Here' version) 02:49 Tools
Blanket (Official Video) 02:49 Tools
Son of Sam - 0:00 02:49 Tools
Narrow Ways [Alternative Rock] 02:49 Tools
Outsider [Alternative Rock] 00:30 Tools
marrow ways 00:30 Tools
Lazy Eye (Silversun Pickups cover) 00:30 Tools
Eightfold (Official Video) 00:30 Tools
Paper Plane (Australian Release) 00:30 Tools
Slippery Tongue [Альтернативный рок] 03:07 Tools
Liars (vk.com/recoverymusic) 02:49 Tools
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Violent Soho are an Australian rock band from Mansfield, Queensland. Band members Luke Boerdam, James Tidswell, Luke Henry and Michael Richards attended school together and formed Violent Soho in 2004. Their debut EP, Pigs and T.V., was released in early 2006 and received wide acclaim; 'Blunt Magazine' hailing Violent Soho's Vines-esque sound as "boisterous pop rock reviving the spirit of the grunge era." Following the release of their debut EP, the band continued to play shows in and around Brisbane, and several shows in Sydney and Melbourne and elsewhere on the east coast. Notably, they toured with The Grates in 2007. They were also part of the lineup for the 2008 St Jerome's Laneway Festival, playing in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney. Violent Soho toured with Faker and Grafton Primary in May 2008, playing songs from their first full length album We Don't Belong Here, which was released on 7 June 2008 on the Emergency Music label. Following the release they toured all around Australia, then played shows in London, New York and Los Angeles in November 2008 before returning home to play more shows and summer festivals, such as Homebake, The Meredith Music Festival, Falls Festival and Southbound Festival. On 20 February 2009, Violent Soho announced on their MySpace page that they had signed an "overwhelmingly exciting" deal with Ecstatic Peace! Records, a record company headed by Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore, a hero of the band. They also signaled their intention to spend much of 2009 touring Australia, touring and recording in the US, and mentioned that a new album that "elaborated" on the material recorded for We Don't Belong Here was due for worldwide release in the third quarter of 2009. On 19 December 2009, the band announced that they would release a limited-edition EP containing re-recorded versions of "Bombs Over Broadway" and "Son of Sam", which would initially only be for sale at US tour dates. The band would later part ways with Moore's label and in 2013 Boerdam stated: Being on Thurston Moore's label doesn't happen that often for an Australian band. It gave us a great sense of validation as a band. Just being able to quit your day job and tour for 18 months made us better. Whether it results in Facebook likes or record sales I don't care, the real impact was more personal. On 9 March 2010, Violent Soho released a second, self-titled album on Ecstatic Peace! The album was produced by Gil Norton, who previously worked with the Pixies, and the single "Jesus Stole My Girlfriend" was released from it. Violent Soho performed at the 2011 Laneway Festival, followed by an Australian tour supporting Australian alternative rock band Jebediah in mid-2011. The band was then chosen by Les Savy Fav to perform at the ATP Nightmare Before Christmas festival that they co-curated in December 2011 in Minehead, England, UK. The band toured with English band Arctic Monkeys in early 2012 during the same period that the band members returned to Australia. Violent Soho was nominated for an ARIA Award that year and Tidswell revealed in an October 2013 interview that he received congratulations from friends while on his way to seek employment at a local McDonalds store, as the band was no longer signed to a label and was without any financial support at the time. The band then signed to the Melbourne-based Australian independent record label "I Oh You" and released a new single called "Tinderbox" on 27 August 2012. In November 2012, an Australian tour coincided with the release of the double-single "Tinderbox"/"Neighbour Neighbour". In April 2013, the band revealed via their Facebook account that they were in the process of recording their next full-length album. The album was produced by Brisbane producer Bryce Moorhead and recorded at Moorhead's Shed Studios. In July 2013, Violent Soho announced that their next album is entitled Hungry Ghost and will be released on the I Oh You label on 6 September 2013—the first single, "In The Aisle", was released on 8 July 2013. Regarding the sound of the album, Boerdam asserted in an October 2013 interview: "There's no reason to lock the band down to that grunge label which we were constantly given, despite us never using that word. We realised that we didn't care, as long as we were happy with the music we were making." A video for the song "In The Aisle" was released on 16 July 2013. Directed by Tristan Houghton, the video documents a nude cyclist riding around Brisbane distributing flyers for a nude bike ride event. A video for the song "Covered In Chrome", filmed in bass player Luke Henery's house, was released on 16 October 2013. Ideas and imagery in the lyrics for the song were informed by a Wikipedia article about the Hungarian uprising in 1956 which vocalist and guitarist Luke Boerdom had been reading. The album title was inspired by the book "Culture Jam" by Kalle Lasn. As Luke Boerdom explained in a September 2013 online article, "From memory the term went something like this: “We sit around on couches, buying what we think makes us who we are, like a hungry ghost”. I looked up hungry ghost and it actually comes from traditional Chinese Buddhism. It means to have a non-shakable addiction/desire, and you lose yourself to that desire, you lose your identity." Regarding the general themes of the album's lyrics, Boerdom said: "Throughout the record I play with the idea of escaping a masked reality. I like to explore this concept that we live in a form of hyper-consumer reality and we lack an authentic human experience. In a few songs I try and focus on outsider suburban characters that are usually hidden and outcast by society, reenacting tapping into their reality and what they view as normal." Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.