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7 Humps Ahead
  • Artist: Maybe4Less
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479306884
  • Item #: SRD930688
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 3/27/2001
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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7 Humps Ahead on CD

Maybe4Less began like a Bryan Singer Film. . . seemingly harmless, but strangely exciting (sexually??) A certain gentleman by the name of Andy 'clean out my braces with your tongue' Coscorelli was having a birthday party and was in need of some entertainment. Andy had heard some of the stuff Dash had recorded and asked him to perform at it. Dash replied 'I don't think so Andy', but eventually gave in. He figured he needed a bassist, so he asked Chris 'Plus' (Rollin' Olin'. Chris is from Calabasas, so he said yes. The two played the show, Andy (a.k.a. 'Popular') applauded the band's 'earthy tones', and Dash was glad that he didn't have to buy him a birthday present. The two were on their way to forming the Tobe Kai of rock bands. Maybe not as well known as Ms. Jenna Jameson, but the best dirty little secret out there. Only problem was, sadly, they needed a drummer (one of those guys who hangs around musicians) Chris had played in a band with a slightly hyperactive, but all around good guy named Dave Peixoto (don't even try). They didn't really care if he was good, which he was, but once they invited him over to practice and a trail of fifty girls followed, they asked him to join. The three played together and basically gave everyone that heard them play an orgasm (that's like forty-eight of the fifty girls). So they decided to form a real band ('real band'??? what the f***???). After much debate they decided to call themselves 'Maybe4Less' (the significance of this name wil be fully explained at a later date. . . that is, if you eat your collard greens). The three began playing shows to great sucess. They played parties and gigs at the Cobalt, and who could forget the 'kicked off the stage at Calabasas High for excessive profanity' show? More recently Maybe4Less played at the KROQ tent in front of the Coliseum for the Summer Sanitarium tour (featuring Kid Rock, Korn and Metallica. Yeah they opened for Metallica, I know, I knowm. They ripped that shit up, and turned heavy metal fans onto there funky style. Maybe4Less has just finished recording their first album, which I hear kicks some serious ass, so watch your back...