They debuted with EP Dating Tips / How To Get Money (2004, Art & Craft) and their latest album is Drugs & Guns For Everyone (Nov 2014).
Take a ride with That Handsome Devil to the other side of town: a neighborhood where Charles Bukowski hung his hat at a juke joint; where the bartender knew Hunter Thompson’s single malt of choice and kept plenty in stock.
A place with enough Molotov cocktails, skag, booze, and sleazy women to horrify the most hardened of old timers.
You too can be swimmin' in women Afloat in seas of ovaries But more importantly Knowing whether behind those pretty eyes You have a diamond in the rough Or colored contact lenses and a rough (slipping sound) stripper named Diamond.
Let's recreate the scene: Make believe you're at a table seat Talking playfully to the waitress at your local place to eat Way below the apron Maybelline, Smell of eggs and cheese, Bacon grease, She's a babe An 8 at least You wanna push the plate of quasadillas off the table, and spread them angel's wings, But you can't say a thing?
Keeping the tempo up is the distinctive Rob the Prez-O-Dent, employing unique arrangements and an over-the-top subject matter to guarantee a lasting impression.
At this point A City Dressed in Dynamite slows to a strut while limping past the hustlers and junkies in Pills for Everything.