Subsonics: Shoot first and hit the gas.
Who are you?
Clay: It depends on when you ask me...since you're askin me now...I am Clay#3 - the one that answers interview questions.
Buffi: My name is Buffi Aguero.
Rob: My name is Buffi Aguero.
Who are you wearing?
Clay: I am wearing Mr Magoo.
Buffi: I am wearing Ernest & Julio Gallo.
Rob: I am wearing Crazy Joe Gallo.
Would you prefer to have in your band Lou Reed or Jonathan Richman?
Clay: Jimmy Reed...I think that's a good compromise.
Buffi: Lou Rawls.
Rob: Why would we want professional wrestlers in our band?
Favorite kind of peanuts?
Buffi: The kind of peanuts you can't see...but that are all around you.
Rob: Booker T. and the MGs.
One good thing and one bad thing about being a band in Atlanta?
Clay: The good thing is the bad thing.
Buffi: There is no good or bad.
Rob: It's all in the eye of the beheaded.
Why such a long wait for a new album?
Clay: I had indigestion.
Buffi: My car was in the shop.
Rob: My submarine was double parked.
Road survival tips?
Clay: Don't talk.
Buffi: Shoot first and hit the gas.
Rob: Take a plane.
How influential, in the Atlanta scene, were The Vendettas?
Clay: They inspired a whole cadre of shallow imitations.
Buffi: It had a tremendous influence on a mass exodus from the city.
Rob: It made getting public funding impossible.
Who is your band's nemesis?
Clay: Mostly, they are all dead or in jail.
Buffi: And those are the happy endings.
Rob: The rest are Jiffy Lube managers.
What is your message for the kids?
Clay: Whatever it is you're doing, please just stop it.
Buffi: Go change your diaper.
Rob: Just wait till your father gets home!
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Friday December 7th
Grand Victory, Brooklyn
w/Living Kills, Loose Pistons, The Insomniacs, The Monsieurs
Saturday, December 8th
Cake Shop, NYC
w/ The Recordettes, Upper Crust, Lost Crusaders