2018-02-18 08:31:19 UTC
DBOY are a three piece band from Ontario, Canada, and play fast, aggressive, and remarkably catchy songs, reminiscent of the stooges, early turbonegro, or the damned. Best summarized in their 13 point plan to end sonic austerity DBOY writes rock and roll, because simply put, rock and roll is what matters
DBOY was thought of and executed by three veterans of the Southern Ontario music scene, and has since recorded a record at their last live performance in Belem, Brazil. This was mastered by the ever-prolific Daniel Romano. DBOY have taken on the laborious task of creating shock and novelty so that you do not have to.
- 1.(Don't break My) Dboy Heart 00:56
- 2.Nowhere Man 02:19
- 3.Interlull 03:20
- 4.Three Piece Band 01:47
- 5.What Does Dboy Mean To You 00:38
- 6.Fecal Alcohol Syndrome 00:51
- 7.Fourth Wish 03:17
- 8.Prove Your Luv 02:08
- 9.Dr. Rock 02:48
- 10.Three Wolves 01:47
- 11.Born with A Hard On 00:51
- 12.Dboy Balls 03:08
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