Top Ass Ponys Albums
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The Okra Years
The Okra Years
[2005]
Lohio
Lohio
[2001]
Some Stupid With a Flare Gun
Some Stupid With a Flare Gun
[2000]
Casper's Coming Home lyricsLittle Bastard lyricsI Love Bob lyricsJohn Boat lyricsJulia Pastrana lyricsKitten lyricsKung Fu Reference lyricsLast Night It Snowed lyricsLaughing At The Ghosts lyricsYour Amazing Life lyricsIt's Summer Here lyricsIt's Not Happening lyricsHigh Heaven lyricsHey Swifty lyricsHer Father Was A Sailor lyricsHagged lyricsGood With Guns lyricsGod Tells Me To lyricsMagnus lyricsMr. Superlove lyricsNo Dope No Cigarettes lyricsX - Tra Nipple lyricsUnder Cedars & Stars lyricsThe Big E lyricsThank You For The Roses lyricsSwallow You Down lyricsStupid lyricsSome Kind Of Fun lyricsSidewinder lyricsShoe Money lyricsRide Ramona lyricsRedway lyricsPretty As You Please lyricsPeanut Butter lyricsOnly lyricsNothing Stars Today lyricsNot Since Superman Died lyricsFord Madox Ford lyricsFire In The Hole lyricsBaby In A Jar lyricsAzalea lyricsAstronaut lyricsAnd She Drowned lyrics(baby) I Love You (baby) lyricsWall Eyed Girl lyricsPlace Out There lyricsPeanut '93 lyricsOtter Slide lyricsLive Until I Die lyricsLake Brenda lyricsGypped lyricsGrim lyricsEarth To Grandma lyricsBlushing Bride lyricsBanlon Shirt lyricsBack Dot lyricsBallpeen lyricsFingers Fall lyricsFighter Pilot lyricsEleven: Eleven lyricsDried Up lyricsDonald Sutherland lyricsDollar A Day lyricsDisappointed lyricsDirty Backseat Car Thing lyricsDead Fly The Birds lyricsCancer Show lyricsCalifornia Bingo lyricsCalender Days lyricsButterfly lyricsBlow Oskar lyricsBible House lyricsBetween The Trees lyricsApe Hanger lyrics
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Related Information for Ass PonysAss Ponys formed in late 1988 in Cincinnati OH, comprising Chuck Cleaver and Dan Kleingers of Gomez (US), Randy Cheek of The Libertines (US) and John Erhardt. By 1993, the band had released two albums on the Okra label (Mr. Superlove and Grim) and Dan had left the band, being replaced by Dave Morrison. The band had toured with Pavement in support of Grim, and had also played opening slots for Yo La Tengo and others. read more