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West Palm Beach Punk Rockers the Clockouts Release New CD, Play Respectable Street

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Looks like West Palm Beach street punk band the Clockouts have a new CD out called Toxic,and I am listening to it. It's a grittier step away from the more pop-punk projects that three of the four members usually pump out under the guise of the Ridicules. And yes, that cover art is by local girl made good, Cristy Road.

Most of the songs are available for free streaming on the Clockouts' MySpace page, or you can check them out at the six million shows the band is playing in the coming weeks. The next is this Saturday at Respectable Street.

The Clockouts, Saturday, July 18 at Respectable Street, 518 Clematis St., West Palm Beach. With Doll Parts, the Uglyhearts, Asspiss, and Guerrilleros de Nadie. Show starts at 7 p.m. 561-832-9999; respectablestreet.com

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