Pecola are one of the most threatening bands to come out of Toronto, and this album demonstrates their attitude through what is best described as math punk with a twist of demented blues. Vocalist/bassist Craig Thompson spits out his best Iggy Pop slurs on "Song and "You Left the Fucking Stereo O. As a band, Pecola switches gears at every turn, whether it be the 6/4 time signature of "The Bullets Inside Are Very Hot. Why Do I Feel So Cold?" or the ongoing tempo shifts of "Sugarcane Is Aspartame
Pecola (pih-KO-luh) were a Toronto, ON-based math-/noise-rock quartet active from mid-1994 to late 1999; named for the protagonist of Toni Morrison's 'The Bluest Eye'.
Formed around 1994, Pecola made a number of compilation appearances, put out a couple singles or so, and released an excellent 12 inch EP entitled Dat Hoang through Slipped Disc & Skull Geek. All of that was leading up to their one and sadly final album The Mexican, which was released in 1999 through Kosher Rock.
The Mexican" is a piece of music on the album First Base by the 1970s British band Babe Ruth. The song has been compiled, covered and mixed many times and is considered one of the most influential songs in hip hop music culture as well as being popular in early disco clubs such as The Loft. The song was written by Alan Shacklock and recorded along with the rest of the First Base album at Abbey Road Studios in the summer of 1972.
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It is based on a series of children's picture books by Naomi Iwata. It was produced by Milky Cartoon. It uses the same graphic style as another series created by Iwata: Gregory Horror Show and Midnight Horror School. Pecola was first created in 1996, created by Naomi Iwata
En el mundo de Pecola todo es cuadrado, hasta él: un alegre pinguino que siempre está dispuesto a ayudar a los demás y hacer reir co. .
Pecola and his pals find what they believe is an old pirate?s treasure map buried on the beach and they are off on a treasure hunt. The mysterious Al A Gator shows up in town and suddenly everyone in Cube Town is talking about. Pecola and his pals find what they believe is an old pirate?s treasure map buried on the beach and they are off on a treasure hunt. See full summary . Star
|1||Live God-Action Pecola||Pecola||2:58|
|2||1958 Envelope Pecola||Pecola||3:28|
|3||Worker and Parasite Pecola||Pecola||3:24|
|4||Saturday Matinee Pecola||Pecola||3:10|
|5||Dad's Dick Is a Mustang Pecola||Pecola||2:42|
|6||A Simple Man Loves His Car, American Car, American Car Pecola||Pecola||2:12|
|7||Suicide Watch Pecola||Pecola||2:13|
|9||You Left the Fucking Stereo On Pecola||Pecola||3:35|
|10||Late-Inning Closer Pecola||Pecola||2:17|
|11||Sugarcane Is Aspartame Pecola||Pecola||3:47|
|12||Song #3 Pecola||Pecola||2:14|
|13||Take My Advice or I'll Spank You Without Pants Pecola||Pecola||1:47|
|14||The Bullets Inside Are Very Hot. Why Do I Feel So Cold? Pecola||Pecola||2:07|
|15||I Am Damn Unsatisfied to Be Killed in This Way! Pecola||Pecola||1:36|
CreditsGeorge Graves - Mastering
Pecola - Composer, Primary Artist
Daryl Smith - Engineer
Craig Thompson - Bass, Vocals