14 Songs, 42 Minutes

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4.6 out of 5

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Very Punk

Michael G. Ryan,

This band is very punk more like the 80's then now wich is good!

Good, to a point Pt. 2

SafetyCollective,

I must mention, the recordings I have are off their first album, Hot Pink. Unfortunately, it's availible in the US but of course they neglect to give the good music to the Canucks when they give it to the Brits and Americans. So go out and find Hot Pink, BUY IT. DON'T BUY Teenage Graffiti, it has some songs that Hot Pink doesn't have, but it's way too over-produced.

Pink Spiders rule!

[Anonymous5],

About The Pink Spiders

Punk-pop trio the Pink Spiders -- who go under the names Matt Friction (vocals/guitar), Jon Decious (bass), and Bob Ferrari (drums) -- formed in Nashville, Tennessee in 2003. Clad in pink and black and suggesting a rowdy, pretentious persona, the band released its first EP in early 2004, titled The Pink Spiders Are Taking Over!. They soon signed on with CI Records and in January 2005 released the full-length Hot Pink. In support of the record the band went on tour, which lead to their trailer catching on fire and sleeping in New York City subways. Their fortunes changed with several offers from major labels before settling with Geffen. In summer 2006, the Pink Spiders played the Vans Warped Tour and released their major-label debut, Teenage Graffiti, which was produced by Ric Ocasek. ~ Kenyon Hopkin

  • ORIGIN
    Nashville, TN
  • FORMED
    2003

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