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How Sick Thoughts is doing sleazy, spit-riddled punk Rock ‘n Roll right

Sick Thoughts – with its sole creator, Drew Owen – is releasing “Poor Boys b/w Drug Rock”, its newest single. This is said to be “another prime example of sleazy, spit-riddled punk Rock ‘n Roll done right – and wrong – in all the best ways possible, where vicious spurs of idiot savant-tier musicianship abound.”

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If Sick Thoughts’ massive discography – amassing to 20-something records released by labels all around the globe – is any indication of its reverence, let alone quality, then it should be immediately clear that Sick Thoughts is worth its salt.

This continues with Sick Thoughts – with its sole creator, Drew Owen – releasing “Poor Boys b/w Drug Rock”, its newest single. This is said to be “another prime example of sleazy, spit-riddled punk Rock ‘n Roll done right – and wrong – in all the best ways possible, where vicious spurs of idiot savant-tier musicianship abound.”

Sick Thoughts has made its name through the years as a one-man punk band that needs no introduction, partly because “the band’s international notoriety can easily precede itself, and partly because every other notable record label, music outlet, and bottomfeeding venue has thoroughly suckled the band’s teats in the fistful or so years it’s been active.”

OUT NOW via Goodbye Boozy Records

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