Hot Lunch - Killer Smile 7 inch
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Following the sudden implosion of Parchman Farm, singer Eric Shea knew that he had two options; start a Firefall tribute band named High On Firefall or build a heavy punk ‘n’ roll quartet by sandwiching members from his favorite San Francisco bands. Following his gut, he pursued the sandwich. Shea assembled a quartet comprising guitarist Aaron Nudelman (Mensclub), drummer Rob Alper (SLA, The Sermon, The Fells) and bass player Charlie Karr (The Hostiliteens, Harold Ray Live In Concert). With vintage tube amps the size of refrigerators and Rob’s double-kick setup, these four men were soon channeling their love for Grand Funk Railroad, early Hawkwind, Lobby Loyde, Misfits, Crushed Butler, The Who, Blue Cheer, that very first Rush album, early 1980s skate punk, UFO, Ace Frehley, CCR, Chuck Berry, Gedo, Amon Düül II, Black Sabbath and Groundhogs. But the group also shared a lusty hunger for noontime meals served piping hot, which led them to one of the most clever, well thought-out and originally conceptualized monikers in the entire history of all music: Hot Lunch.