Crypto punk

We make Sweet Pretty Muthafuckin Country Acid House Music. We’re not crypto punk Alabama, and there’s not three of us.

We’re the fellas that did that Soprano’s theme tune. Alabama 3 is a pop band, a punk rock, blues and country techno situationist crypto-Marxist-Leninist electro band. We never went on X Factor or Pop Idol or Stooge Quest. Back in 1996, we threw a big old party, invited all our friends. We took a fistfull of blotters and half a dozen disco biscuits and then made it up as we went along. We spent half of our advance from Geffen on various contraband items and with the rest we made an over-produced, brilliant situationist masterpiece called ‘Exile on Coldharbour Lane’.

Ever since then we’ve been preaching our Gospel all over the world. We’ve got into a whole bunch of trouble and met a whole bunch of nice people. We make friends where ever we go. They say we were degenerates, corrupters of morals, they say we we were too political, too contrived, too ugly. We’ve been in and we’ve been out. In and out of the charts, in and out of fashion, in and out of rehab.

We’ve been skint and we’ve been minted¬† and you know what? It makes no difference to us. We’re gonna just keep on putting out records and putting on shows. And we want to make you feel good. We know you’ve had trouble in your life, real bad trouble.

We know you’ve had your heart broken so many times you’re still finding pieces of it in your pillow. Maybe you’ve done some good things in your life, maybe you’ve done some bad things. Then dress up real sexy and come and party with us sometime. You must enable Javascript to see the advanced sorting and paging features of this store.

HACKER SAFE certified sites prevent over 99. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. Jump to navigation Jump to search This article is about cryptography advocates. Not to be confused with Cyberpunk. Until about the 1970s, cryptography was mainly practiced in secret by military or spy agencies. In the late 1980s, these ideas coalesced into something like a movement.