Pink Lincolns

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Pink Lincolns
Origin Tampa, Florida, USA
Genres Punk rock
Years active 1986–present
Labels Stiff Pole Records, Hazzard Records, 24 Hour Service Station
Members Chris Barrows
Dorsey Martin
Kevin Coss
Jeff Fox

The Pink Lincolns are a punk rock band formed in Tampa, Florida in 1986 by vocalist Chris Barrows and guitarist Dorsey Martin. The rest of the lineup has frequently changed and currently includes bassist Kevin Coss and drummer Jeff Fox. The band has released five studio albums, one live album and six EP's as well as splits with Screeching Weasel and The Queers.[1][2] The cover for the bands album Suck and Bloat was drawn by Iggy Pop, and their album Pure Swank was produced by Bill Stevenson of The Descendents.[3] Notable songs include "Velvet Elvis", a story about a squabble over a velvet painting of Elvis Presley.[4]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • Back From the Pink Room (1988) (Greedy Bastard Records)
  • Headache (1989) (Musical Tragedies)
  • Suck and Bloat (1994) (Stiff Pole Records)
  • Pure Swank (1997) (Stiff Pole Records)
  • No Lo Siento (2005) (Hazzard Records)
  • Back From The Pink Room, Remastered (2008) (Jailhouse! Records)
  • Suck And Bloat, Remastered (2009) (Jailhouse! Records)

Live albums[edit]

Compilations[edit]

  • Background Check (2004) (Hazzard Records)
  • Show and Tell - A Stormy Remembrance of TV Theme Tunes - "Friends Theme" (April 29, 1997)

Eps[edit]

  • Cotton Mather (1987) (Rigid Records)
  • Tragedy for Tea Free (1989) (Musical Tragedies)
  • Sumo Fumes (1993) (Stiff Pole Records)
  • Sumo Fumes 2 (1995) (Stiff Pole Records)
  • V.M. Live (1995) (V.M.L. Records)
  • Sumo Fumes 3 (1996) (Stiff Pole Records)

Splits[edit]

Other contributions[edit]

  • Have-A-Tampa (1987) (Pop Records)
  • Blame and Burn (1992) (Flush Records)
  • Punk USA (1994) (Lookout! Records)
  • Water Music (1995) (Just Add Water Records)
  • Welcome to Florida... (1996) (Stiff Pole Records)
  • Rational Enquirer (1996) (Rational Inquirer)
  • More Bounce to The Ounce (1997) (Lookout! Records)
  • Show and Tell (1997) (Which Records?)
  • My So Called Punk Rock Life (1999) (Melted Records)
  • V.M.L. Live (1999) (Liberation Records)
  • Chris Barrows guest vocals on - Teenage Rehab "Goodbye Sanity" EP (2008) (Jailhouse Records)
  • Chris Barrows lyric Contributions on -Teenage Rehab"Let's Be Enemies" LP (2009) (Jailhouse Records)
  • Chris Barrows Vocalist for (The Spears)"Shove" and "People Are Bad" LP (2009) (Jailhouse Records)

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