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Los Marauders

Every Song We Fuckin' Know

Stogie
Wild Women
Daddy
Hey Little Girl
Wigglin' Couch
Got A Rock
Jet-Star Vibrato
Wicked Beat
Greenback Dollar
Martians From Mars


Bake That Brisket
Mercy
Dangerous Lass
Talk About Money
Wreckin' Machine
Hell Will Come High Water
Wolf Man Rock And Roll
Bertha Lou
Los Marauders
Way Out West


Nobody
Hound Dog [the extra hidden single]


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in jewel case with clear tray.

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Teen-Beat Skater Girls catalogue
THE GOLLIPOPPS Moana 7 inch vinyl 45
THE FEMININE COMPLEX Hide and Seek 7 inch vinyl 45
K-STARS Testing 7 inch vinyl 45
THE FEMININE COMPLEX Hide and Seek 7 inch vinyl 45
1997 Teen-Beat Sampler compilation album
VERSUS Secret Swingers album
TEL AVIV The Shape of Fiction album
GAMMA RAYS Dynamite 7 inch vinyl 45
THE ROPERS The World is Fire album
LOS MARAUDERS Every Song We Fuckin' Know CD album
LOS MARAUDERS
Every Song We Fuckin' Know
C.D. front
LOS MARAUDERS Every Song We Fuckin' Know LP album
LOS MARAUDERS
Every Song We Fuckin' Know
L.P. jacket front
LOS MARAUDERS Every Song We Fuckin' Know LP album back
LOS MARAUDERS
Every Song We Fuckin' Know
L.P. jacket back
LOS MARAUDERS Every Song We Fuckin' Know LP album poster
LOS MARAUDERS
Every Song We Fuckin' Know
show poster
and LP insert

DESCRIPTION

The first and only full-length release from Iowa City's own. This album was originally released on vinyl L.P. (see Teen-Beat 122).


LINER NOTES


PLAYERS

Johny Aztec, guitar

Edward T. Action, drum

Nobody, vocals


UPRIGHT BASS PLAYERS

Fire Balls, on 4, 5, 8, 12, 15, 18, 19

Brocten "The Firecracker" Bonnetti, on 1, 11, 20, 22

Slim Jim Fontain, on 3, 6, 9, 10, 13, 21

Vess Pompeii, on 2, 7,


MUSIC COMPOSITION

Los Marauders,


except
"Mercy" by ?,
"Bertha Lou" by John Marascalco or Johnny Burnette
"Hound Dog" by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller


RECORDED BY

?


COVER DESIGN

Los Marauders


ET CETERA

The stock Teen-Beat label design on this album was used on many other releases in the future, but originated with this record.

The "extra hidden single" is track number 22, "Hound Dog."

The CD cover an image of the vinyl L.P. jacket crumpled and ripped.

"Hell Will Come High Water" and "Wolf Man Rock" were written for Puberty Shriek, a play by Todd Ristau.


NOTE TO CD PURCHASERS

"If you would have bought this on vinyl, you would have received a free poster from one of our banned shows and would have been met with the challenge of finding the secret hidden single, but see'n how ya bought this CD, not only will you be punished by the music, but you ain't gettin jack shit fucker!!"


THANKS TO

Susie,
Laura,
Beth,
Diane,
Kathline,
Gary Henkel,
Eric Straumanis,
Matt Arnold,
Bob Hall,
Jon & Suzy Cummins,
Andy Small,
Black Bird Guitars,
Phil Ludeman,
Jeff "4-track" Burke,
Todd Ristau,
Mark and Teen-Beat,
Anamosa Prison for letting us play,

Bill Ambrisco for getting us banned,
and all the newspapers who carried the story about what bad boys we are,
and of course
Vinny Stall!


AUTOBIOGRAPHY

We had four upright bass players that we recorded and played with at various times. Los Marauders was a punk, garage, rockabilly band. One moment could be vicious, mean spirited insanity while the next moment could be warm hearted, hilarious insanity. Live the band was a never ending roller coaster ride combined with a three ring circus. The audience would get revved up to near riot levels at times. The songs were fast, short and ingeniously written by Nobody. On stage Nobody was a site to behold. 6'4" skinny as a rail, slicked back pompadour, long sideburns, afraid of nothing and no one. He had a voice like Howlin Wolf. Hecklers (and we had alot of them) were shot down immediately with his sharp as a razor wit and tongue. Johny Aztec played super warm clean lines on a big blond hollow body guitar. He also had a pompadour (we all did) pouty lips and wore a purple cape. I never met anyone like him and never will. He was a naturally gifted guitarist and had crazy,crazy sense of humor. I played a lone snare drum standing up. This gave me the ability to run around the stage and into the audience, which I did often, dragging my drum as I played. We only asked to play somewhere twice.

Once was at Anamosa Prison where we did two shows that we recorded for a single on Estrus records and the other was a battle of the bands being held at the Field House bar where all the university football players and frat guys hung out. At the Field House we pissed off the football players so much that Security had to keep us back stage after the show for fear that we would be beat to a pulp. Then when we were announced as the winners of the battle of the bands I thought the place was going to be burned down. Man were they pissed. And we enjoyed every damn minute of it! Other then those two shows we only played when we were asked to. We were asked to play about once a month but only wound up playing once every two months. About half of our shows were canceled for one reason or another but it was generally related to our obnoxious attitude.

We were banned from several places, and made national news when the Mayor of Iowa City demanded that our fliers be taken down because of obscenity. The City Attorney got involved and made a decision that the posters were protected by the first amendment. We always claimed that it was this publicity that got us our record deal with Teenbeat records. This was not quite true, we got signed to Teenbeat after warming up for Unrest whose singer owned Teenbeat. We walked off the stage and he said "I'm signing you to Teenbeat records". We said "Uh, OK." Thats how it was with Los Marauders. We couldn't have cared less about being successful and success just came our way. We didn't cow-tow or ass kiss, hell we didn't even practice. After the records came out we actually started getting fan mail (even phone calls) from all around the world. It was cool but also made me feel kind of weird.

Even though it was alot of fun I started realizing that this was not how I wanted to be living my life. When Johny Aztec moved to Minneapolis with his wife we decided to call it quits. We were asked to do records for many different labels but only put out records on Teenbeat and Estrus. As for the other labels, they either wanted too much creative control or we were to lazy to respond.

"The records we did release were. You Make Me Cum In My Pants! (TB 82) A 7 inch EP on Teenbeat. 1992 This record came in two versions. There was the regular version and the "adult" version. The adult version was on colored vinyl and came with the Los Marauders board game and an autographed nudie card. The Adult versions are EXTREMELY rare with all the inserts." [If you have a copy of this 7" w/ the inserts please let me know].

Every Song We Fuckin' Know! (TB 122). Full length LP on Teenbeat. 1994 Original vinyl is pretty rare. And comes with the "secret hidden single". The secret hidden single is the last song on the record but the grooves of the record wont advance to it. You have to pick up the needle and set it back down again to hear the last unlisted song. The CD released in 1996 is easy to get but looks awful. We refused to allow it to be released on CD while we were together but once we broke up Teenbeat released it on CD. They took a vinyl version, crumpled it up, threw it on the ground and took a picture of it. They thought it would be a good way to represent our hatred of CDs but in my opinion it just looked bad. This is the record to have. By far the best representation of the band.

Live from Anamosa Womens Prison (Estrus Records). A 7 inch EP on Estrus records. 1996 This was The best selling of all of our records. The initial release of 3000 on blue vinyl sold out in one month. I believe this record is still in production (without our permission) on black vinyl. It is the worst of the three but is still pretty interesting. Half is recorded live at Anamosa Prison. Anamosa is not a womens prison. But Dave Crider, the owner of Estrus, named the record that anyway.

- Ed "Nobody" Nehring, July 11, 2004


LOS MARAUDERS Jeff Nehring Ed Nehring Fireballs

RELEASE DATE

June 25, 1996


FORMAT

compact disc


LENGTH

46 minutes, 46 seconds

22 tracks


CATALOGUE No.

Teen-Beat 212


DETAILS

1,000 pressed.


INSERT:
4-page folder and tray card (black ink on white paper).


JEWEL CASE:
with clear tray.


LABEL:
Black ink.


Pressed by
U.S. Optical Disc, Maine, USA.


DISCOGRAPHY


SINGLES

You Make Me Cum in My Pants
Live From Anamosa Womens Prison


ALBUMS

Shake It Baby . . . With Chicks!
Every Song We Fuckin' Know [vinyl LP]
Every Song We Fuckin' Know [CD]


COMPILATIONS

Teen-Beat 100
Wakefield: Volume 1
Wakefield: The Teen-Beat Boxed Set


SONGS

Bake That Brisket
Bertha Lou
Daddy
Dangerous Lass
Got a Rock
Greenback Dollar
Hell Will Come High Water
Hey Little Girl
Hound Dog
Jet-Star Vibrato
Lone Twister
Los Marauders
Martians From Mars
Mercy
The Most Beautiful Girl
Nobody
Slicker Than Snot
Stogie
Talk About Money
Way Out West
Wicked Beat
Wigglin' Couch
Wild Women
Wolf Man Rock And Roll
Wreckin' Machine
You