Misfit Music

by Sabatta

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thedoggboy Crossing punk, proto-metal and soul groove with the attitude of a grime covered street kid (who is kinda pissed off), this one hits you in the ears, guts, brains and consciousness all at the same time. Tight grooves and blistering guitar solos abound. Easily one of my top releases of 2018. Favorite track: Feel It Too.
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Verse 1 Rock Star Shit The glitz and the glam If you’d miss 50 grand you wouldn’t understand that Rock Star Shit Blowing money cos you’re able Spending doctor’s salaries at crap tables But would you dare to take the gamble Don’t win big you’re life’s a fucking shambles Rock Star Shit Best places to eat Finest haute cuisine, jumping out the limousine that Rock Star Shit Never walk always driven But here’s the life you’re really living, Take the bus at a quarter to 8 to the Morrisons reduced aisle but it’s too late Chorus That’s that Rock Star Shit It’s that Rock Star Shit It’s that Rock Star Shit It’s that Rock Star, Rock Star Verse 2 Rock Star Shit Bagging actresses and models Intoxicating views without the beer goggles Rock Star Shit A trailer load of groupies, but it’s not quite like in the movies She ain’t trying to make your two souls get close, your just another notch on her bedpost Rock Star Shit Sob stories from the mansion Ugly exclusives for which you’re paid handsome Rock Star Shit Pay per view sorrow But here’s the bit they don’t publish tomorrow In between your fabulous engagements gotta make your Mum’s funeral arrangements Chorus Rock Star Shit It’s that Rock Star Shit It’s that Rock Star Shit It’s that Rock Star, Rock Star Bridge I’ll be who you wanna be, live vicariously through me I’ll say what you wanna hear, I’m the one who’ll face your fears I’ll do what you wanna do, Oh man you know it’s true I’ll be where you wanna go, I’ll be what you wanna know Rock Star Shit - magazine covers Rock - Top gossip bloggers Rock Star Shit - It’s the power of suggestion, so why do you always ask the question? Why do you do you spend your time getting high? Don’t you wanna see the comet fly? Then don’t deny my... Chorus Rock Star Shit Rock Star Shit It’s that Rock Star Shit It’s that Rock Star, Rock Star Rock Star Shit Rock Star Shit It’s that Rock Star Shit It’s that Rock Star, Rock Star
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Verse 1 My heart my head my body my soul Not a quarter, not a half I give you the whole You gave me a place where I finally belong And i’ll throw a right at anyone who says that you’re wrong Every word sounds like poetry Every touch is like you’re moulding me Every word sounds like poetry Every touch is like you’re moulding But I just wanna know Chorus: Can We get Wicked Right Now (Can We get Wicked Right Now) Can We get Wicked Right Now Can We get Wicked Right Now (Can We get Wicked Right Now) Can We get Wicked Right Now Can We get Wicked Right Now (Can We get Wicked Right Now) Can We get Wicked Right Now (Can We get Wicked Right Now) Can We get Wicked Right Now (Can We get Wicked Right Now) Can We get Wicked Right Now (Can We get Wicked Right Now) : Verse 2: Your game your will your rules your Not a little Cos paradise But I’ll follow you to hell Every word sounds like poetry Every touch is like you’re moulding me Every word sounds like poetry Every touch is like you’re moulding Chorus: Can We get Wicked Right Now (Can We get Wicked Right Now) Can We get Wicked Right Now Can We get Wicked Right Now (Can We get Wicked Right Now) Can We get Wicked Right Now Can We get Wicked Right Now (Can We get Wicked Right Now) Can We get Wicked Right Now (Can We get Wicked Right Now) Can We get Wicked Right Now (Can We get Wicked Right Now) Can We get Wicked Right Now (Can We get Wicked Right Now) Verse 3 Your friends your foes your family Never gave a goddamn The tougher I talk Cos you know I’m down to kill Every word sounds like poetry Every touch is like you’re moulding me Every word sounds like poetry Aye-yeah!! Chorus: Can We get Wicked Right Now (Can We get Wicked Right Now) Can We get Wicked Right Now Can We get Wicked Right Now (Can We get Wicked Right Now) Can We get Wicked Right Now Can We get Wicked Right Now (Can We get Wicked Right Now) Can We get Wicked Right Now (Can We get Wicked Right Now) Can We get Wicked Right Now (Can We get Wicked Right Now) Can We get Wicked Right Now (Can We get Wicked Right Now) Repeat Chorus Can We Get? Can We Get? Can We Get? Can We Get?
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'An epic, energy-fuelled ride from start to finish!' - The Vinyl District
‘Powerful!” – Louder Sound (Classic Rock/Metal Hammer)
'Think James Brown getting high with Dead Kennedys’ - Bandcamp
'Sabatta pulverise your ear drums eating you up and spitting you out!’ – Fortitude Magazine​
‘A call to arms for rawkers of all ages!’ – Here Comes The Flood
‘Explosive! An unholy amalgamation of sounds.’ – Clash Magazine​
‘Sabatta blow the roof down!’ – AFROPUNK

Misfit Music is a celebration of the odd, the strange and the unpredictable!

Sabatta's mantra is F*** Labels and F*** Genres.as long as a song has heavy drums, heavy bass, heavy guitars choc full of fuzz and vocals with heavy soul!

To all the freaks and weirdos WE SALUTE! Remember - we are the exception that MAKES the rule!

Inspired by the approach to recording of acts like early Sabbath, ACDC, Bad Brains and Burning Spear the 8 track album was recorded live in 8 hours in 2 sessions at Unit 2 Recording sutidos in East London with additional guitar and vocal overdubs added later at Vineyard Studios in South London.

Sabatta mainman Yinka (vocals and guitar) says: "We wanted this album to be a really authentic representation of us - not studio trickery. Bands like Sabbath back in the day just played, played and played - live so when they got in the studio and knocked out the classics we all love they did just that - kicked them out. They didn't have huge budgets back then and neither do we. They were just really f**king tight from endless gigging and we took that approach.'

Yinka continues 'Early Bad Brains - the black Dot EP - same thing. Recorded in a house in the basement, etc. ACDC's early recordings had amplifiers miced up facing the wall - for space. So we decided no frills and no f**king about would produce the sound we made in baking hot tiny rehearsal rooms and on stages across the UK and Europe. We are really proud of what we did and I think the listener will feel the energy - like they are in the room with us - being assaulted by the beautiful noises we make with Vox and Ampeg amps, Ludgwig drums, Fender bases, Gibson guitars and a whole lot of attitude and soul!.'

'Sabatta make music for people like us - outsiders, underdogs and ...misfits. This is what the album's about: viewing life from that vantage point with a healthy dose of scepticism. Whether it's the rocker lifestyle (Rock Star Sh*t), love in the online era (Feel It Too), surviving the metropolis (Scream Of Consciousness) and the cult of personality in politics (Wicked Right Now).

In many ways it's also a first generation immigrant song of two kids from the Essex suburb of London who grew up and moved to the big city and met through a love of heavy move to create their own Stoner Punk Rock alongside another kid from Italy. This is their story but it's also the story of anyone who has ever felt left out and struggled to find their place - in many ways that's actually the story of rock 'n' roll.

#MisfitMusic #GrungeSoul

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released June 4, 2018

Yinka Oyewole (vocals, guitars)
Debbie Dee (bass, vocals)
Adriano Siani (drums)

Produced by Yinka

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