The Peckham Cowboys 'Flog It'
Reprobate rock n’ roll from down south in London – SE15. Looking like Dickensian urchins with a Faustian twist and sounding like The Faces if Trent Reznor had ever got hold of them, The Peckham Cowboys are not a band you’d trust to park your car.
Their most famous son is The Quireboys’ Guy Bailey, who looks as weathered and sharp as he did in 1990, he is joined by Marc Eden (a true rock n’ roll frontman in a sea of pretenders – Think Marriot and Stewart) and Dale Hodgkinson.
‘Flog It!’ is deliberately less palatable than you might imagine – with some heavy distortion, bleeding drums – there’s no denying the strength of the racket they make.
A stoney Old Kent Road Chancer met with a Margate Spiv, they pulled a Fey Midlands Wastrel and set sail through the troubled waters of SE15 on the Peckham Privateer to conduct ungodly acts of ill-consideration on all who gazed upon their ravaged countenances.... equipped with the mighty Bow and Bugle Fabulizer they set to making music that was destined "fer the bottom 'o the charts!".... only question being..... "are ya with us lads 'n' lasses? Essential for fans of real rock n’ roll – Look out for the band on tour in November ‘12 after a string of now legendary London shows.
1. South London Thing
2. A Week In Larache
3. Rock 'N' Roll Star
4. Ain't That Somethin'
5. Crackhouse Blues
6. This Is The Sound Of Millwall
7. With The Good Lord's Permission
8. She Do The Twist And Twirl
10. Baby Girl