House of Reprehensibles
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House of Reprehensibles

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The best kept secret in music



“Destined to become the next Frank Zappa of the musical world and oftentimes emulating the vocally-whiney persona of that musical genius at times, this 2002 Best of the Blues award-winning bassist continues his mission not just to entertain his listeners musically but to educate them on the current American political status quo...”

By Diane Wells,

“You want music that is tasteful and tuneful? Rob Moitoza's your man. You want music that is tasteless and dissonant? Again, Rob Moitoza."

Pat Cashman, KOMO A.M. 1000

“I love it! You are a true American trying to use humor to bring sanity to an increasingly insane world.”

Lynn Samuels, WABC AM 770 News-Talk New York

“Every time I've played a cut from "Speak Out" on my show, the e-mails flood in. "Where can I get that?!?!?", they say. There's so much hunger for your kind of humorous, pointed, musical commentary. Thanks for filling an alarmingly huge vacuum.”

Lynn Cullen, WPTT AM 1360
Pittsburgh, PA

“There's no doubt about it - Chicken Hawks is my favorite piece of Okie hip hop ever.Reminds me a little bit of early Zappa ...”

Steven Fowle, Editor, New Hampshire Gazette
The Nation's Oldest Newspaper™
- Various


"Speak Out!" Rob Moitoza
"Rob Moitoza's Cavalcade of Stars"
"Quiet Might" Rob Moitoza
"Trouble Maker" Rod Cook and Toast
"I Ain't the Fool" Rod Cook and Toast
"What I Do" Paul Richardson



A funky mix of political satire and contemporary danceable beats sure to brighten up your day. We'll tell you how we feel, but in a humorous and non-confrontational way. Winning numerous awards for their writing and musicianship, these players all have extensive and impressive individual bios. Together they are sheer dynamite. Quite simply, the best of the Northwest. Several songs are currently being played on the "Thom Hartmann Program" on Air America radio as well as other radio shows. The "House" recently did Marlee Walker's Blues To Do's T.V. show.