Stroke 9 is set to release a brand new Acoustic album entitled 'Cafe Cuts' on Nov. 22nd. Available only digitally online, the album will feature acoustic versions of some of Stroke 9's best music from their previous albums.
Stroke 9 is set to release a brand new Acoustic album entitled ‘Cafe Cuts’ on Nov. 22nd. Available only digitally online, the album will feature acoustic versions of some of Stroke 9’s best music from their previous albums. Stroke 9 says the album will be available on iTunes, Napster, MusicMatch and many others. Already confirmed are the acoustic versions of tracks “Little Black Backpack”, “Letters”, “Make It Last”, and “Washin’ and Wonderin'”. You can preview clips of these four tracks at the band’s website at www.stroke9.com Stroke 9 has also released an acoustic cover of The Bloodhound Gang’s “The Bad Touch”. You can hear the song on Stroke 9’s MySpace page at: http://www.myspace.com/stroke9 Stroke 9 formed in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1989. The band has since recorded five albums and toured extensively in the United States, Canada and Europe. Fueled by the commercial success of the hit song “Little Black Backpack,” their third album, “Nasty Little Thoughts,” went gold in 2000. The single “Kick Some Ass” from their fourth album “Rip It Off” was featured in the movie “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.” The band has also had songs in other movies and TV shows including “Ed TV,” “Scrubs,” “Malcolm in the Middle,” and “West Wing.” The band has been touring in support of their latest self-produced album “All In,” which is now available everywhere.