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Throw Rag

In the middle of the otherwise barren Colorado Desert in Southern California, second only to Death Valley in its utter desolation, there is the improbable Salton Sea, an enormous man-made saltwater lake created pretty much by accident in the early years of the 20th century. The crazed garage punk outfit Throw Rag are local boys, and the parallels between the landscape of their youth and the music they make are inescapable. Throw Rag's music brings together elements of vintage rockabilly, the Irish folk-punk of the Pogues, the minimalist pop suss of the Ramones and the Undertones, an oddly piratical band persona that recalls, of all people, the near-forgotten U.K. post-punks Tenpole Tudor, plus some good old-fashioned low desert country and blues along with the requisite dose of snotty garage band attitude. Yet somehow the group manages to synthesize all of these disparate influences into something entertainingly unique. After forming in 1998, the quintet of singer Captain Sean Doe, guitarist Dean "Dino" McQueen, bassist Franco Fontana, drummer Chango Von Streicher, and expatriate Englishman Action Craig Jackman on washboard and bugle gigged around California's interior deserts while developing a stage persona crazed enough to get them banned from some establishments. After a debut album that showcased the country and Celtic folk sides of their musical personality, 2001's Tee Tot, Throw Rag signed with the established punk label Better Youth Organization and released the far noisier psychobilly meets Motörhead set Desert Shores in 2003. Perhaps intuiting that the band's heavier direction no longer required his quirky services, Jackman left Throw Rag in 2004. Remaining a quartet, Throw Rag's third album, 13 Ft. and Rising, was released in the summer of 2005. ~ Stewart Mason, Rovi
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borian7
Saw 'em open for Reverend Horton Heat at Montbleu in Lake Tahoe and they definitely set the place on a high energy buzz for The Rev!! Loud, clear and fun......... t h e Captain was a riot and Dino ripped the cords like a maniac!!
saw 'em a couple years ago at that place they used to call the galaxy, forgot who they played with because they destroyed them, and lost their pants.
Not sure how a 15sec clip of audience interaction (with swearing) from these guys relates to the music I selected.
I saw these guys opening for Stiff Little Fingers in Summer of '04. They were straight up wild rock n roll. Bought desert shores before i left and I've been a fan since.
john.clinton . w a l l a c e
I saw these guys open for Queens of the Stone Age, and they rocked. Bought Desert Shores the next day.
ccarrello
Saw Throw Rag open up for The Ziggens in 2001. This was one of the best shows I've seen to date, and the music was amazing. Everyone individual I bring to their shows has the best time and becomes an instant fan.
The First time I saw Throw Rag was with the Dwarves!!! Fan ever since!
fun stuff need to hear more.
This is totally worth spending money on.
toferlewis
They are really fun live...
acmendoza
Throw Rag is my favorite band I listen to them I just get excited. I recommed seeing them live if you get the chance it's the best!!!!

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