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Johnny Moped

It's A Real Cool Baby

Johnny Moped It's A Real Cool Baby
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The three remaining original members of UK punk band Johnny Moped, who debuted in 1978 with their Cycledelic LP (BEAT 058LP), are back with It's A Real Cool Baby. Johnny Moped, Slimy Toad, and Dave Berk, together again for the first time since 1990's The Search For Xerxes, showcase some new songs and revisit a few live favorites that never got recorded back in their heyday, including "I Wanna Die" and "I Believed Her Lies." The original three Mopeds are joined by longtime live members Jacko Pistorious and Rock N Roll Robot (also known as Rob from legendary ska punk band Case). This album follows the 2015 release of the band's first 7" since 1978, Ain't No Rock 'N' Roll Rookie/Super Woofa, which hit the number-three position in the UK vinyl chart and was warmly received by Moped fans as "sounding just like a Johnny Moped single" -- no higher praise is possible.
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