""The Revelon's O.M.F.U.G. is an embarrassment of riches, each song more captivating than the last... This is the album the Revelon's were born to make...""
-Crispin Kott, Roll Magazine
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A homage to the most desirable, yet unattainable woman in the world,
Nor do I want to go down to the basement!
A testimonial of a man who has acquired everything, -yet has achieved nothing.
Unable to conform to social norms, our hero thusly masturbates to the lovers overhead.
This collection of meaningless cliche's makes perfect sense in today's nonsensical world.
The golden road to Heaven can be easily mistaken for locks of platinum blonde hair.
A eulogy for the life & times -and suicide of a punk- porn star.
Seeking ultimate, rock 'n roll stardom, this guitar beckons for abuse and eventual death by overdose.
With all the attributes of man, God seeks out to quench His desires -to learn how to play lead guitar.
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This is the album the Revelons were born to make!
A lifetime in the making, the Revelon's O.M.F.U.G. is a tribute to the nihilistic
Punk era of the 1970's and 80's; a testimonial to the spirit of rebellion within
dumbfounded and misfit youth of all ages.
The Revelons as seminal artists of the Punk, New Wave, Power-Pop rebellion, played the New York City club circuit from 1977 through 1983 performing and recording with members of the Patti Smith Group, Television, Blondie and Madonna -but moreover, shared a camaraderie with every wannabe musician and bad poet within this outcast, subcultue community.
Official video: "Ave Maria"