Friday, March 5, 2010

The Malarians: In the Cool Room CD Now Available

The 25th Anniversary Limited Edition of the In the Cool Room album is now in stock and ready to ship. The Malarians' first record features the definitive line-up of the band: Mal Thursday (vocals, harmonica, Farfisa organ, and harpsichord), Johnny Tomorrow (electric guitar and vocals), Bob Medley (guitar, keyboards, and vocals), Slater Awn (bass and vocals), and Lime Rickey (drums and vocals), with special guests Jimm Chanson and Leo Gorcey.

"Announcing the paradigm-shifting reality of The Malarians' In The Cool Room 2010 Edition, the CD that is not for the weak, and perhaps not even for the strong. The '80s garage band, led by Mal Thursday (who these days is better known as the host of the "Mal Thursday Show" and "Florida Rocks Again!" radio programs), had a reputation as a blistering live act whose recordings only scratched the surface of their savage sonic assault. Malarian guitar maestro Johnny Tomorrow has located and dusted off the original tapes from the In the Cool Room sessions and remixed and remastered the band's first album into the heartbreaking work of staggering genius it was always one good remix away from being."
-- Bobby Lightfoot, Froist

During the month of March, you can order the CD HERE, save $1 off the regular price, and get a bonus mp3 from the next wave of reissues in the series: Know, Finished in This Town, Malarians for Mothers and Daughters, and Mal Thursday & the Cheetahs: The Complete Recordings. Yea-yuh!

* Tuesday's Child
* Gilligans Wake
* Superlungs My Supergirl
* Up to No Good
* The Lone Star Surfer
* Mopar
* One Time Only
* Little Girls Cry
* Brightness
* Old Enough to Know
* Deep inside
* Where You Gonna Go? (bonus track)

So don't miss out on this withering, feverish set of timeless garage rock rave-ups. Order now, save a dollar, and get a bonus mp3 unearthed from the Malarial vault. And don't forget to pay a call on The Malarians Swag Shack at Cafe Press, where you can buy T-shirts, Coffee Mugs, Beer Steins, BBQ Aprons, and much, much more, all emblazoned with Malarian imagery.

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