Myles Deck and the Fuzz

Myles Deck and the Fuzz

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You can't heal a sick riff. Myles Deck and the Fuzz are a punk rock band with a swagger that plays hard and feels like hell the next day. Polaris Prize Nominee Joel Plaskett says "Police Cops is the best 109 seconds of your life."

Biography

Rock 'n' roll refuses to stay dead in the hearts of four young men from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Once the epicenter of Canadian indie rock, the coastal city is now a ruinous musical landscape in the grips of lawlessness. Out of the chaos come the enforcers, lead by the Ayatollah of rock 'n' rolla, Myles Deck and the Fuzz. Since 2006, the Fuzz has been writing two minute-or-less rock ‘n’ roll epics and laying waste to human race, one sick riff at a time.

Despite a live show that causes audiences to spontaneously combust, Myles Deck and the Fuzz believe that song writing comes first. That’s why the band has recruited the likes of Joel Plaskett and (most recently) Mike O’Neill of the Inbreds to the production helm. To date, the Fuzz have released one full length and two 7” records on Halifax indie label, From Here To There. A new album called "You Can't Heal A Sick Riff" is slated for release in the fall of 2010.

Myles Deck and the Fuzz perform their brand of post apocolypse punk rock 'n' roll songs with the same speed and intensity as the Zoobombs and the late, Jay Reatard. “Sweat-drenched, wildly energetic, the manifesto continues to endure: punk it up, tear it down.” ~ The Lonely Vagabond, www.lonelyvagabond.exclaim.ca

Lyrics

Police Cops

Written By: Myles Deck and the Fuzz

Police Cops - Don't ya mess with me X 3
You're a low lyin' city and I'm a title wave

Whatchya tryin' whatchya tryin' whatchya tryin' to do
Who do you think you are?

With your nine millimeter and your navy blues
To serve and protect who's
Gonna protect you
From me?

Police Cops - Time to set me free X 3
My watch says eight o clock boys set me free
The time's tick ticking away boys set me free
My watch says eight o clock boys set me
The time's tick ticking away boys set me
I'll see you again real soon same time next week

Lights Out Electric Co.

Written By: Myles Deck and the Fuzz

What's set in ohms
Aint in stone
It can be unplugged when I want it to
I'm the company founder
Mr. CEO
There's gonna be a

Ba ba da ba ba ba blackout in
Da da da da da da downtown
Anytime I say
There are bills that you've got to pay

Knocked out cold
Got you caught in a strangle hold
With no way out
Lights Out Electric Co.

It's a dirty trick
To charge for overhead
when you've got no choice
you really need it
I've got a house in London
Two more in the south of France
There's gonna be a

Ba ba da ba ba ba blackout in
Da da da da da da downtown
Anytime I want
Call my office I'm out to lunch

Knocked out cold
Got you caught in a strangle hold
with no way out
Lights Out Electric Co. X 2
Lights Out let's go!

I sold my soul for the company dough X 3
To Lights Out Electric Co.

La la la la la la Light's Out

(You make it) Easy

Written By: Myles Deck and the Fuzz

She's running 'round with my friends
While I'm awake in bed
Staring at the clock til my eyes turn red
It's five o clock or it's the dog house baby

Waiting for you all night long
Waiting for the break of dawn

Don't you know you make it easy X 3
For me to walk right out that door

You see my face?
It's turning blue
I was holding my breath
You love the rack, you love the screw

Waiting for you all night long
Waiting for the break of dawn

Don't you know you make it easy X 3
For me to walk right out that door

Discography

Beware! The Fuzz LP, CD - 2007

Police Cops 7" EP - 2008

Myles Deck and the Fuzz/Cuban Assassins split 7" - 2009

You Can't Heal A Sick Riff LP - 2010

Set List

Non stop, 1/2 hour sets of face melting madness.

1. El Mariachi
2. Fan Mail
3. Easy
4. Police Cops
5. Ayatollah
6. Good Books
7. Holy Roller
8. The Healing Power
9. Halifax Is Burning
8. Ice Blue Metal
9. Banshee Woman
10. Hot Tongue, Cold Shoulder
11. Billy The Kid
12. Lights Out, Electric Co.

Covers include: Master Race Rock (The Dictators), London Dungeon (The Misfits), Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except For Me And My Monkey (The Beatles).