Vincent Todd & the Hard-Wired Pinups
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The best kept secret in music

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Discography

Stripped-2004

A Diversion From The Adequate-2005
1-Another Diversion From The Adequate
2-Tonite, We Party
3-Charity Ball
4-Hard Life Blues
5-End Credits

Acoustic Demo-2005
1-Queen Blue Jean
2-You Were Just Leaving
3-Take It All
4-Lassoing The Stars
5-Late Night Double Feature Picture Show

Demo-2006
1-Dawn Of The Sin-tinals
2-Venus Guy Trap
3-Meds
4-Anxiety Attack
5-Charity Ball
6-Tonite, We Party
7-Lady Temptation

Vincent Todd & The Hard-Wired Pinups-2007
1-Tonite, We Party
2-Starstruck
3-Rebel Radio
4-Take It All
5-Anxiety Attack
6-Charity Ball
7-Silver & Pink
8-What Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made A Loser Out Of Me)
9-These Aren't Your Mother's Needles
10-Lady Temptation

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Bio

“DOLLS AND DAGGERS! PRESENTING ROCK’S ODDEST ODDITY…”

If there was any piece of advice that has held true thru the years for Vincent Todd, it would be the advice his brother gave him upon hearing Vincent’s desire to become a musician; Appreciate and respect every form of music out there. And, thus it began.

Vincent and his mechanical mannequins, aptly named “The Hard-Wired Pinups,” started creating music that combined the likes of opera, rock, dance, punk, new wave, cabaret, and many, MANY, other forms.

“I believe music is a form of art just as painting or cinema. And, if you limit your mediums, your pieces get very repetitive and terribly uninteresting.”-Vincent Todd

The influences that come across are mainly in the Glam-Rock vein. There are flavors of Bowie, Queen, Blondie, Muse, Placebo, Andrew W.K., Prince, and even Marlene Dietrich and Marilyn Monroe. The music itself goes from full on Androgynoid Rock to lush Hurrellian Ballads to Punk/ Funk Dance. Thus taking Vincent’s quote of the band’s sound being “Operotic,” to more of the tune of being “Operratic.” With songs spanning a whole gamut of genres and styles. So come gather ‘round and feast your eyes on the season’s most sin-sational surprise!