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Stinky 69
NEWS   UPDATE: Thursday November 13th 2008, a date that will live in infamy, Stinky 69 will be playing a reunion gig at BackStage on Bath Street in Dunedin. New mixes CD release too! So where the bloody hell are you?!

POST GIG report:- bloody good show chaps. Resoundingly sh*** hot!!
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play lo-fi play hi-fi  That Surf/Ska song
play lo-fi play hi-fi  You're a f***ing cunt
play lo-fi play hi-fi  Mostortion
play lo-fi play hi-fi  Hallway Whores
play lo-fi play hi-fi  Drunk as f***
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play lo-fi play hi-fi  Liars that lead us
Band History:
The exact origins of Dunedin musical group Stinky 69 are shrouded in the mists of musical mythology and industry legend. No-one know where they came from or what started them on their epic journey to stardom.

Recently ancient pink phallic hieroglyphs have been gathered from the fences and walls of North East Valley and have been interpreted by archaeologists as the earliest recorded evidence of the group’s existence. Archaeologist Dr Ian Barber was quoted as saying “The drawings are essentially a stylistic representation of a bunch of cocks and, as we all know, Stinky 69 are also a bunch of cocks. Hey presto we have a connection!”
Other historic evidence about the early days of the band comes from geneticists discovering large group of local children aged from 8-12 that carry the distinct 'Tomus Dentonus' genetic mutation – which causes minor mulleting and spontaneous moshing when exposed to loud music and cheap alcohol.

However the most compelling evidence comes from Scarfie oral tradition which recounts a cautionary tale of an effeminate boy band known as KLEAR (Kitten Love Erotic Ass Rappers) featuring the Boys High Dance Posse – Tommy Tee, Pauly Cee, Na-na-na-na-Nigel and some other guy. They apparently played some gigs in Elton John's sauna but eventually they had to fire the flamboyant lead singer following a heated dispute over a shift into "really gay stuff" during the mid 90s.

Now alone, finding themselves adrift in a scene of bland band names (usually prefixed with "The", such as The Chills, The Yams, and The Drunk Uncle ), the boys decided to play punk music under a new (and very mature) name - STINKY 69 (aka Rancid-Mutual-Oral-Sex-Position). Oh how the ladies loved that name.
But sadly there were to be no nubile young groupies for the band. They did however find a keen following amongst Russian Sea-men, choir boys and elderly women on the verge of menopause. Things were going well for the band and sensing a chance to cash in on Tom’s crossover ballad "You're a f***ing cunt", two additional guitar players were hired to fill out the live sound.

The inclusion of the rhythm guitarist Dave Yam, from local punk troublemakers The Yams, was on account of a misunderstanding that under the discordant wails of feedback from his guitar pedal he could actually tune a guitar. He couldn’t. Second lead guitarist Nick Hankey of Gay-Stroke fame was a much easier choice because, although he could only play two chords (A5sus7 and E#9), he had a killer Robot dance and a keen eye for cheap beer and even cheaper women - both prerequisites for joining the ranks of the Stench Crew. Fortunately for the group, when the two guitarists played together it was like a magical sonic symphony. Critics likened them to Keith Richards and Brian Jones, Slash and Izzy, and Bert and Ernie.

So there you have it. Together the band set off to ride the new wave of Dunedin punk in the quest for fame, Tazzie Bitter and Russian skin flicks...

Your influences?
Clash, Rancid, Operation Ivy, Sex Pistols, Drunk Uncle, Jason and Kylie.