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SLEAZE,PILLS and THRILLS!!!

Quintin Terratino once said "Honky Toast is the single most inspirational reason why i make the movies i make!" Combining skilled musicianship, redbulls ,Yeager,rails and no sleep, Honky Toast comes at ya like your drunk unckle dressed like santa on christmas day.Raw, mean,sexy and fast , the music eats you up alive. Richard Fortus (guitar,vocals) and Frank Ferrer(Drums,lots of cupcakes) from Guns n' Roses anchor this freshman effort.Eric J. Toast,the mayor of LES NYC,is the front man in this crazy experiment of binges and music. E.Z. on bass holds it down long enough between drags of lucky stripes.PLEASE,PLEASE don't take my word on this,give it a listen. Boys should get chubbies, girls should slide off there chairs!!! PEACE... GOD BLESS HONKY TOAST...NYC!!!

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

A straightahead hard rock band in the tradition of the MC5 or AC/DC, Honky Toast was a side project of Love Spit Love which included that band's guitarist Richard Fortus and drummer Frank Ferrer along with singer Eric J. Toast and bassist E.Z. Bake. Originally begun as a lark, the group quickly became the subject...
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Whatcha Gonna Do Honky?, Honky Toast
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Feb 12, 1999

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