Run Run Riot

Run Run Riot

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RUN RUN RIOT is the love child of West Coast Style and East Coast Attitude if it grew up partying on the wrong side of the tracks. The band takes the groove of funk, ska, reggae, and hip hop and infuses it with the grittier underbelly of rock and punk, creating a FUN, exciting new sound.

Other Info

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Discography

Live appearances on "The New Yorker" TV show broadcast on television Channels 26 and 35 in NYC (all boroughs), San Diego, Melbourne, FL and parts of New Jersey.
Radio Airplay on 87.7 FM in New York metro area.
"Excuses" streamed live on www.tv31melbourne.com, www.tv26newyork.com.

Set List

Current original set includes: Come Clean, Bad Habit, Damage Done, Ska Song, Shut Your Mouth, Do Your Worst, La La La, Wake Up Dead, plus one cover. The set ranges from aggressive hard rock anthems to funky mid-tempo dance songs.
The band almost never does more than one cover per hour set. Past covers have included: "Should I Stay or Should I Go?" (The Clash), "Joey" (Concrete Blonde), and "Fight For Your Right" (Beastie Boys). Run Run Riot also throws bits of other songs into bridges and breaks of its own originals, including 50 Cent's "Candy Shop", "Get Tipsy" (Chingy), and "Bro Hymn" by Pennywise.