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Medical Tourists-s/t LP
(RERUN #007/IMPEX 002)

High concept but low brow St. Louis band. Geek Wave meets Nerd Punk but without any cutesy cliches. Bass, guitar, synth and drum machine. Songs about being positive, city lights, having the proper attire and moving forward in every regard. This is not music for sloth.

Recorded and assembled by the band in their practice space. Almost two years in the making, but we think it was worth the wait. Brilliant cover painting by the much revered Ron Keas. www.keasart.com

Co-released with Import Export Records out of Paris, France. Pressing of 500 copies on thick, black vinyl that also comes with an in-flight brochure. Released August 29, 2012.

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Live behind Binge & Purge, Cherokee St., St. Louis, MO 2009 (second time)


Live behind Binge & Purge, Cherokee St., St. Louis, MO 2009


Live behind Binge & Purge, Cherokee St., St. Louis, MO 2009 (second time)


Medical Tourists-s/t CD-R demo 2008
Recorded by the band, in their practice space on an 8-track mini disc recorder. Mixed and mastered by Rerun. It was released in a numbered edition of 90 copies.  The cover was screen printed by the band. Each screen printed image was cut into six pieces, with each one being used for a cover. Several different colors of paper were used for the covers, but were all screened in white ink. The back cover and the disc face were hand stamped with the sliced/arrow man graphic and the Medical Tourists name. Another 30 or so unnumbered copies were also made. These were used for promo and to use up leftover covers when they ran out of numbered editions. The numbered editions also came with a screened and hand stamped, two color canvas patch.


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