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Champagne Champagne
Champagne Champagne Seattle’s own punk-rap-shoegazers, backroom brown hornets, vibrate higher in their magnetic blackness. Two MC’s: Pearl Dragon, lifer-a smoke-breathing hood Jim Morrison- and Sir Thomas Gray, the hy...
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DISCOGRAPHY

Private Party (2012)

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1. Finger Is On Champagne Champagne 2:48
2. Windows Are Chameleons Champagne Champagne 3:18
3. Amy Winehouse Champagne Champagne 3:12
4. 90's Champagne Champagne 3:59
5. Praise The City Champagne Champagne 2:51

Private Party (2012)

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1. Four Horsemen Champagne Champagne 2:21
2. Peer Pressure Champagne Champagne 2:58
3. Jennifer's Body Champagne Champagne 2:41
4. Black Bart Simpson Champagne Champagne 3:01
5. Soda and Poprocks Champagne Champagne 3:16
6. STRFKRS Champagne Champagne 2:34
7. Victim of a Modern Age Champagne Champagne 3:16

Swine My Brother... (2012)

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1. Death To Intro Champagne Champagne 1:51
2. Fishin With New Edition Champagne Champagne 2:44
3. I Fell Trough Champagne Champagne 3:04
4. The Breaks Champagne Champagne 4:04
5. Spaceship Flip (Bird Lives) Champagne Champagne 3:38
6. Swine Champagne Champagne 3:14
7. Tropical Trina (Accoustic) Champagne Champagne 1:39
8. Death To Outro Champagne Champagne 2:36

VIDEOS

Champagne Champagne - Four Horsemen (Official Video)
Champagne Champagne - The Doe Bay Sessions (2011)

BIOGRAPHY

Champagne Champagne

Seattle’s own punk-rap-shoegazers, backroom brown hornets, vibrate higher in their magnetic blackness. Two MC’s: Pearl Dragon, lifer-a smoke-breathing hood Jim Morrison- and Sir Thomas Gray, the hyperactivated game-gifted trouble man. One producer/multi-instrumentalist DJ Gajamagic (AKA Mark Gadjahar, drummer/founding member of defunct Seattle posthardcore institution The Blood Brothers, current backbone to Past Lives and Weekend) – master of dark arts, road-trip Macgyver, and sound systems savage. Together they “outrap and outparty everyone” (via Seattle Weekly), drink greenrooms dry, and smash packed clubs and sweaty basements alike with their afrofuturist afterparty music- rejecting easy classifications, broke groupies, and bammer weed. Just picture The Cure, Cody ChesnuTT and Cannibal Ox at a Pabst-soaked jam in a haunted mansion. Now picture The ‘Pagne burning it the fuck down. Yeah, you got it.

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