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FIDLAR

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Cheap Beer
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Stoked and Broke
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White on White
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No Waves
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Whore
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Max Can't Surf
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Blackout Stout
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Wake Bake Skate
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Gimmie Something
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5 to 9
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LDA
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Paycheck
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Wait for the Man
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Cocaine
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 39:33

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Wondering Sound

Review 1

01.23.13
L.A. punks have more subtlety in their songwriting than meets the eye
2013 | Label: Mom & Pop Music / The Orchard

Los Angeles punks FIDLAR kick off their debut album with “Cheap Beer,” an out-of-control drunk driver of a song, all agitated shouts and irresponsible tempo. It’s about cheap beer. You know this because the chorus goes “I drink/ cheap beer/ so what/ fuck you.” Clearly, you should not look to a band whose name is an acronym for Fuck It Dog Life’s A Risk for subtlety. But even though they seem built for cheap thrills,… read more »

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Cheap Beer

Dr.Don

I like cheap beer so what F you! I Love this song. Funny lyrics. "Beer is best with a bag around it"

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Rediscover the fun of rock

SquidGal

Equal parts punk, garage and straight-up rock, you can hear that FIDLAR has a good time making music. Think of Black Flag's" TV Party" or AC/DC's "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap." While the lyrics do not tackle weighty world issues, the tunes are well crafted with hooks to keep you coming back. Check out "Max Can't Surf" on their DIYDUI EP for a rougher, more garage-oriented version of the song.

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Who Are…FIDLAR

By Douglas Wolk, Contributor

The name FIDLAR is an acronym for a truism West Coast skate-punks quote immediately before executing some astonishingly dumbass feat of derring-do: "fuck it, dog, life's a risk." The L.A. quartet are literally second-generation punk rockers — brothers Elvis and Max Kuehn's father is T.S.O.L. keyboardist Greg Kuehn. And for a band that makes a big deal of being hedonistic slackers (song titles: "Cheap Beer," "Wake Bake Skate"), they're amazingly productive. Over the past three… more »