Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop


Sounds like

Lmfao, 3D Movies, Black Eyed Peas


band members

Dolphin, Gastro Goose, Xplicit, Rapping Rack, Rhymen Remy, Goon Bag Blue, Mish Chief, Radam, Magpie, Danga, Stridz.


Influences

Kyle Sandilands


Website

Bio

Playing at Scorcherfest, sunday 9th of december. Tickets $25 and can be bought from the Trackies via email on this page. The Cum Stained Trackies are a fringe group of geniuses from maritime town of Warrnambool, Victoria. While their parents may not get them the Trackies have always taken their art seriously. No artificial sounds are created throughout, everything you think you may hear has originated in the depths of someone. Taking inspiration from the likes of The Black Eyed Peas and LMFAO The Trackies began recording what could only be described as terrible music. The people demanded it and The Trackies were ready to deliver. Although these first tracks are nothing compared to what the aforementioned "bands" call "music" the Trackies are currently working on a concept album which promises to be more depraved than anything they could have ever imagined. The Cum Stained Trackies would like to take this minor opportunity to express their gratitude for all that Kyle Sandilands has done for Australian television. The man is a saint. Through their music they have tried to bring to the ears what he continues to bring to all five senses day in and day out. ozvyglmwoflshhwmzorwmzhvobqofudzghfqofudzhrvsegmlwvdlo ^ 1. (1/2)⇔(2/2)^ 2. A=Z, B=Y...Z=A 3. 1=54, 2=53... 54=1 Please feel free to let the Trackies know exactly what you think of them.

Review

Fencepost

08 May 2012

50

Very catchy song...

Very catchy song, chorus gets stuck in my head day and night! Drums sound a little thin, but this doesn't detract from the theme or general quality of the song. Well done lads, keep it up.

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Review

Fencepost

08 May 2012

40

An insightful pe...

An insightful perspective on the current male attitude to girls. This song asks the big questions, the ones that need to be asked. I'd love to hear a studio recorded version, perhaps Mr. Sandilands could produce it? Seems like his kind of thing

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