War of the Raptors
This is the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth! At the very dawn of 2005 James Brown, Patti Smith and the MC5, while having their weekly bowling match, were bandnapped by the Mahavishnu Orchestra at gunpoint (yes, gunpoint I tell you!). They threw them into a room with Beatles' music blarin' in the background and forced 'em (remember the gunpoint now) to write a boatload of tunes with them. In mid January 2005, on the music heavy streets of Deetroit, a shoeless, beat-keeping, test-your-click-track-to-him, bangin' drummer John Turnage, along with a bass-slappin'. stick-master Glenn Poorman, and a fingers-flyin' guitarist Dan Holmes, met up with Julie Marcos - a voice large enuf to make a totally micless stadium vibrate like a, well, like a 5-speed vibrator stuck on five. Or, in other words... Coup Detroit (koo deh-twa) - a lot of rock, a lot of funk, alternative enuf, a chick who can sing! Or, in still other words more to the point and plainer yet... Coup Detroit - an incendiary emulsion of rock, paper scissors invaginated in prime numbers!