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Hobosexual II

by Hobosexual

Hair, Teeth, Volume.
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. A Motherf#%kin' Song About Robots
4:42 $1.99
2. Bums of 2071
3:20 $1.99
3. Mechagodmothra
6:11 $1.99
4. Switchblade Suburbia
4:18 $1.99
5. The Black Camaro Death
2:52 $1.99
6. Sex Destroyer
6:39 $1.99
7. The Creep
4:58 $1.99
8. BMX
2:59 $1.99
9. Hostile Denim
5:55 $1.99
10. Squish It!
4:02 $1.99
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Album Notes
Hobosexual II is a bombastic 80s Fever Dream cooked up by the loudest Rock N Roll Duo to have ever hit Seattle.

The Motivation:

Our tale takes place in a 1980s post apocalyptic fever dream. Our characters are engulfed in Reaganomic paranoia as well as carefully constructed cliché. The premise and settings emanate a sorely missed over the top imagery and suspension of disbelief associated with early to late 1980s action fare. The year is 2071.

The Story:

A young gang of BMX riding outliers known as, “The Sex Destroyers” roam the outskirts of a long ago burnt out urban cityscape. They are the last of the free population, abandoned by society and living in constant turmoil with other rival gangs over what little turf (not controlled by the all powerful corporations) remains. Our cover character and protagonist Kara, is one of only a handful of feral children to have escaped the urban and corporate controlled hell of 2071.

Kara, and her fellow gang members have watched as their families, friends, and most of those living in the post apocalyptic cities around them fall victim to a corporate mind control drug sprayed over the cities like crop dust daily, mixed into people’s drinking water, and consumed without even an attempt to avoid it. As a consequence, the wealthy corporations are more powerful than ever. Legions of workers, like the builders of the ancient pyramids (dressed in mandatory slacks and dirtied button up shirts) trudge daily, high on the toxic chemical to their waking death.

Having depleted the earth of most of its vital and sustaining natural resources by way of a series of corporate funded nuclear wars, the corporations have begun plans to have the mind controlled poor construct massive underground living compounds for the wealthy to relocate to. Primitive and omnipresent robot guardians, built by the elite, keep a close watch over the progress of the underground cities.

In the midst of an ongoing turf war outside city limits with a rival gang known as “The Annihilators”, Kara inadvertently rescues a mysterious and benign prisoner, a young scientist who goes by the moniker “Creep.” He tells her he is working on a way out…a way out of it all by light of a project he has code named “Mechagodmothra.”

Kara and Creep fight their way back through the city to a burnt out, long ago abandoned suburban cul-de-sac. It is there, they locate Creep’s residence (a small home with a tall fenced in yard). In the back yard stands a small rocket, capable of carrying several people away from the earth, forever. Creep explains to Kara that he has constructed the rocket to carry several unaffected feral survivors to a distant moon of Saturn. This distant satellite is thought to contain an atmosphere and ecosystem capable of supporting life as well as a possible new start for those brave enough to risk the voyage.

As Creep continues work on Mechagodmothra, Kara makes the decision to take the voyage, but not before setting course on her BMX back through the hostile city, in search of the remaining survivors of her gang. Kara’s final task of conscience will be to bring back only a handful of those bold and strong enough to take the one way flight, as well as a chance at a new life, far from earth.



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