Skurvy the Clown & Gerbilwafer

Skurvy the Clown & Gerbilwafer

The Lewinsky EP

Happy Hamster

Skurvy the Clown can always be counted on to do something a bit outrageous. This time they’ve found many rhymes for the infamous Miss Monica’s last name and made a clever and amusing song out of them. Perhaps no song could match the outrageousness of the real circus of Bill and Monica, but Skurvy the Clown have given “Be My Lewinsky” about as much humor and shock value as is left in this situation.

The rest of this EP is occupied by one other Skurvy the Clown tune, two Gerbilwafer cuts, and two selections by mixed rosters of the two bands. The Skurvy stuff keeps to their usual revved-up rock trio feel. The other stuff is slower, but showcases some serious weirdness courtesy of Dave Gerbil.

Skurvy the Clown: Apathy Inc., P.O. Box 1681, Cocoa, FL 32923; Gerbilwafer: Happy Hamster Records, P.O. Box 895, Malabar, FL 32950

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