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MP3 14 Year Old Girls - Zombies In Robots Out

Komplettes MP3 Album von 14 Year Old Girls
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: This is Nintendo(TM) punk, all songs about video games. Because video games aren't just for nerds, they're for punks, too. "14 Year Old Girls are the real deal" -- GamePRO Magazine

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Nintendo(TM) punk has arrived. Thirteen songs about video games plus two about junk food and one about freeing the lobsters from the tanks at Red Lobster. Influences: Slush Puppies, Game Boy Advance, Sega Dreamcast, Final Fantasy X, Rilo Kiley, and Happy Supply. First pressing comes with limited edition pink heart-shaped 14 Year Old Girls guitar pick.

"Fire up the Xbox and check out 14 Year Old Girls' Retard Disco debut"
-- Rolling https://www.tradebit.com

"A truly noble accomplishment... Hell, they even manage to rhyme scary with apothecary on Castlevania Punk. Respect."
-- Exclaim!

"The soundtrack to your video gaming experience... the real clincher here is the brilliant, mortal kombat-inspired song Rayden On Prom Night."
--Maximum Rock'n'Roll

"Tomb Raider UK Pop alone is worth the price of admission."
-- GamePRO

OK. The band called 14 Year Old Girls. The story behind the story. The story of Nintendo(TM) Punk. Because video games aren't just for nerds. They're for punks, too.

Less like a band and more like a fifth grade group art project, 14 YEAR OLD GIRLS are a loosely combined unit, held together by electricity and 8-bit. Honey on bass. Morizy keyboard. Billy on guitar. Kimmy and El Halfy on co-lead vox.

In human evolution, the next step is the gene-fusing of nintendo and punk rock, and that's where the 14 Year Olds come in. These girls bring the clap, the beat, the bop, the la, the cha, and a good bang. All with a handful of video games and some cheap instruments. This is not music for the cool. This is music for the dorks, the nerds, and the punks!

It all started back in the year 2000. Honey was in love with this girl named Cootie, and she was 14. The end. No, just joking, but not really. Cootie was (still is) El Halfy's sister. Honey and El Halfy were brought together with Kimmy and Billy by their mutual love of video games and the lack of video game punk. In the early days, the band also included friend Nathan on drums.

14 Year Old Girls set out to start something new and fresh, and since all they knew about was video games and punk, that is what they sing about. And thus, Nintendo Punk was born. The first show was at a birthday party. They had practiced only once. They played and sucked. They sucked so bad. This is no joke. But that was only the start. They played more video games. They got addicted to Slush Puppies, Game Boy Advance, Sega Dreamcast, Final Fantasy X, Rilo Kiley, and Happy Supply. Then the unthinkable happened. Nathan was abducted by kung-fu ninja robots. He was then exposed to a lot of radiation and became a drum machine. After a long Street Fighter 2 contest, the 14 Year Old Girls won Nathan The Drum Machine back. Now, the kung-fu ninjas are really good friends with the band (because the Girls have a killer cool robot and the ninjas give them free pizza).

The 14 plan: to spread the word of Nintendo Punk around the world in every town, and they can only do that with your help. The band plays more now, and practices less. Way less, and still sucks. But that is 14 Year Old Girls. They play way too many video games. Who needs practice? It's punk. Nintendo punk. Word to your mother.

14 Year Old Girls have played live on X-Play (Tech TV) and appeared on Players (G4 Network). They have also graced the pages of GamePRO, EGM, GameNOW, and more. And they're only getting started.

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