El Pierco and the Good Time Band
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Singles : Where'd You Get That?
Byron Udy
Planet Nymph
Chicken McLugNuts.
EP: Exodus of the Bananas
The Undy Sessions.
LP: Planet Nymph
We had in the past, but do not currently have,
streaming airplay.


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El Pierco and the Good Time Band is a collage of very
different people with very different ideals and goals,
functioning with each other for the purpose of enriching
people's lives, and citing the appreciation and caring
inherent within everyone.
Though we experienced an approximate year haitus, we
have reunited as of mid May, 2006, and know over
5 hours of music. Completed, we have two EP's: Exodus
of the Bananas, which tells the tale of a society on
the brink of self-destruction, and the unity of peoples
under distress willing to put aside their own prejudices
and problems for the priority of a higher need.
Second, are the Undy Sessions, a less serious
collection of music illustrating the life of one Byron Udy.
Written, and under production, is the first full length work,
Planet Nymph. It is a well rounded collection of stylistic
and varying pieces collected from our jams both private
and public, spanning many styles musically as well as
In the workings also, is a second untitled work, based aroung
the theory of the universe as being a pulsar. The work
begins with a highly techincal "begining of the universe", and
progresses throughout many stages of universal
development, life, and eventually, the realization that
everything, including past deeds, are reversing on the
world and collapsing right back on the situations they
sprouted from.
Despite these undertones, our live shows are highly
enthusiastic, and an all around fun experience.
The most common comment is simply stated, that
the band is exactly what its name implies. Those in the
crowd leave happy, dancing, and wanting just a bit more.