Zodak

by The Scrams

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    Final Scrams release includes Zodak and Eat the Beat. Released on Dirt Cult Records.

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"The sounds on this two-song 7-inch lie somewhere between surf, garage and the soundtrack from Dr. Phibes Rises Again. These two tunes are better than the band’s recently released CD and a bit goofier than the first Scrams single. The B-side's catchy as hell, with killer breaks complete with “sha-la la-la-la-la's."--Alibi (Geoff Plant)

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released 10 February 2011

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The Scrams Albuquerque, New Mexico

The Scrams were started by Juan Carlos Rodriguez and Nate Daly in 2009 in Albuquerque, NM. Bass player Matthew Vanek and singer Joseph Cardillo joined up shortly after and songs were written. A week before our first show, the final element arrived in the shape of Daniel Eiland on a Farfisa organ. Matt left, J.J. played a couple shows, Dan left and Kenta helped us finish out our run in 2011. ... more

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