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Ready to Laugh? We Don't Care.
  • Artist: Hot Waffles
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 783707182407
  • Item #: SRD718240
  • Genre: Spoken
  • Release Date: 9/13/2005
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Ready to Laugh? We Don't Care. on CD

They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It's the meal that gets you going in the morning and makes you able to withstand all the little hardships of life. But what about one's musical breakfast? Who can provide you with the essential rock that you need for the day? There is only one answer to that question: Hot Waffles. Hot Waffles is two brothers, Chris and Tim Waffle. The real-life brothers' eclectic brand of comedy folk-metal fusion is ready to take over the world. Often called the greatest band ever to come out of Cypress California, they were formed as an emissary of comedy rock to the world. On television, they have appeared on EXTRA and G4's 'Attack of the Show'. They have played in local clubs in and around Los Angeles and Orange County such as The Hard Rock Café, B.B. Kings, Chain Reaction, The Queen Mary, The Cat Club and The Carpenter Performing Arts Center.. Hot Waffles has also performed live with Dr. Demento and has appeared on his nationally syndicated radio show. The brothers were also featured as part of the Orange County Comedy Festival in 2003. Only one question remains; are YOU ready for Hot Waffles? 'Hot Waffles, a comedy-rock group from Orange County, and the third band of the evening, was definitely not timid. It began it's set with 'We Suck Live,' ostensibly the usual opener. The song title does not speak truthfully of the band, however, evident by it's crazy, energetic blend of humor and melodic noise. In the future, listen for 'Salisbury Steak TV Dinner (I Love You).' -From the USC Daily Trojan, Wednesday, September 27, 2000'