The Virginal Sound
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The Virginal Sound

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The best kept secret in music


"What's a Scout Niblett?"

Virginal Sound was already resounding through the sparsely filled WOW Music Hall. Four lanky boys wearing tight pants and cowboy boots were producing strains of keyboard chords and Interpol sounding vocals. The audience of seemingly-medicated hipsters are communicating their appreciation for the vocals by, on occasion, cocking their heads to one side, or perhaps tapping one foot in time to the bass drum while still maintaining a body pose that could be photographed at any moment and be featured in Alternative Press Magazine’s centerfold. Nonetheless, Virginal Sound, which was formerly Deleted Scenes, projected an image of self-assurance and composure.

-Kristen McCulloch - Oregon Voice


Still working on that hot first release.


Feeling a bit camera shy


The Virginal Sound is the brainchild of one, Leo London, and one, Mike Wroblewski, which made two and had a very sparse sound. The two nomads concurred that more members would be necessary to survival. One Donny Parish stumbled onto the scene from the slums of Detroit. They bought a bass on a credit card and sought a pretty girl to play drums. No pretty girl was found, but they called upon a memorable chap named Elliot Crosswhite. He played drums, though he much preferred the electric tambourine. A girl named Enola descended from heaven and brought the lost boys a little salvation with her intense tambourine action. The sound was new and pure, so they all took a vow of chastity and started fasting. As they become hungry and lustful, they started reading poetry. The sound developed into a strange concoction of Sylvia Plath, Charles Bukowski and Bob Dylan laced with the finest of vintage instruments. Amen.