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Coco Cobra & The Killers

I Need Sex Sessions

(Exploding Hearts, Spider Babies)

We Are Going To Eat You 5

Released on July 6, 2004

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Great Raunch 'n Roll with a stripper for a singer with members of Spider Babies and Exploding Hearts backing her ass up!--------- Kevin and I were getting drunk on micro-brews and MSG-filled poopoo platters in the Magic Gardens, a seedy Chop Suey strip bar down the street from Mary's Club, when this naked girl in front of us decided to speak. She asked us to be her Johnny Thunders, and who were we to say no? She was stripping to the Stooges! Our first rehearsal was in our friend Adam's basement. He played drums. We hoped that Coco would give us a private show but she was all business, screaming and strumming her guitar. Kevin traded her some new pantie for her guitar, and the Killers were born. We played our first show at another Chinese restaurant across the Willamette River. Coco's boyfriend was booking Portland's punk dive, The Satyricon, so we played there, and we played at a Russian strip bar, Union Jacks, and the former strip bar, EJ's. During this time we were playing quite a few shows with a great band called the Pills. They took us into their basement for a few days and recorded the 12 songs on this disc. I sent the disc out to some record labels hoping to get back a few boxes of colored vinyl 7"s to sell at shows for beer money, but that never happend. When Adam died last year I dug out the CD and made a few copies for people who knew him. If you were around to see the naked drunken mess of Coco Cobra and the Killers, then you'll remember these sex tunes. If you weren't, this is what it was like in Portland OR in 1999, but with Chinese Food and strippers. - Jesse, New York City 2004

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 I Wanna Be With You Tonight  0%
2 I Need Sex  0%
3 I Hate You  0%
4 Coco Cobra And The Killers  0%
5 You're My Man  0%
6 Keepin' You For Good  0%
7 She's Killing You  0%
8 I Need A Man  0%
9 When You Cumin' Back  0%
10 Say Mama  0%
11 Take Me Back And Hold Me  0%
12 Drivin' Me Crazy  0%
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Kenny from Portland, OR 
Apr 13 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Raw album. Has,I think, the Drummer from the Exploding Hearts (R.I.P.) 99% of the songs are about sex, which may be because the lead singer was a stripper.

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Jeffrey from Portland, OR 
Sep 7 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Coco Cobra & the Killers are the world's greatest garage/freak combo. No question about it, we have finally uncovered the greatest recording of 1999, except for Prince's self-titled record of the same name, which was actually recorded in 1959. At any rate, the Spider Babies rule, the Exploding Hearts ruled, and Coco Cobra rules completely, without any doubt whatsoever.








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