Pushmonkey

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Pushmonkey
Also known as Mad Hatter, Hatter, Billy Pilgrim
Origin Austin, Texas, United States
Genres Rock
Labels Sector 2 Records
Arista Records
Trespass Records
Associated acts Toy Subs
Members Tony Park
Darwin Keys
Will Hoffman
Pat Fogarty
Howie Behrens

Pushmonkey is an American rock band from Austin, Texas. Originally known as Billy Pilgrim, they first changed their name to Mad Hatter and later to just Hatter. The band experienced minor radio success with the song "Handslide" from their self-titled album. They appeared on Ozzfest in 1999 in support of the album, as well as Woodstock '99. In 2007, the band won the first FameCast.com Battle of the Bands contest.

Members[edit]

Current members[edit]

Former members[edit]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Title Label
1994 Maize Sector 2
1998 Pushmonkey Arista
2001 El Bitché Trespass
2005 Year of the Monkey Trespass

EPs/singles/promos[edit]

* Available free for download on Official Site - No longer active
Year Title Tracks Label
1996 Pushmonkey EP 1. "Loner" (Pushmonkey) – 4:22 * Lone Wolf
2. "Caught My Mind" (Pushmonkey) – 3:57 *
3. "No Dumb Wrong" (Pushmonkey) – 3:52
4. "Sweet Caribbean Bungalow" live (Pushmonkey) – 6:13 *
5. "Crush It" (Pushmonkey) – 4:59
1999 Lefty promo single 1. "Lefty" remix (Pushmonkey) – 3:15 * Arista
2. Call Out Hook – 0:10
1999 Caught My Mind promo single 1. "Caught My Mind" (Pushmonkey) – 3:43 Arista
1999 Handslide promo single 1. "Handslide" (Pushmonkey) – 3:24 Arista
1999 Professional Nympho Music promo EP 1. "Caught My Mind" edit (Pushmonkey) – 3:44 * Arista
2. "No Dumb Wrong" live (Pushmonkey) – 4:03 *
3. "I Ate Up a Diamond" Arista version (Pushmonkey) – 4:09 *
4. "Handslide" acoustic version (Pushmonkey) – 3:16 *
5. "Now" live (Pushmonkey) – 5:23 *

Non-album tracks[edit]

* Available free for download on Official Site - No longer active
Year Track Source
1996 "Sweet Caribbean Bungalow" live (Behrens, Fogarty, Ybarra, Hoffman, Park) – 6:02 * From the KLBJ Local Licks Live '95 album

(Same as on Pushmonkey EP on Lone Wolf above)
1999 "Now" live (Behrens, Fogarty, Keys, Hoffman, Park) – 5:19 * From the KLBJ Local Licks Live '98 album
1999 "Auld Lang Syne" (Traditional) – 2:58 * From the KLBJ Local Licks: Yule Rock! album
2001 "Lefty" live (Pushmonkey) – 3:10 From KLBJ's Dudley & Bob Show's Damn It's Early album
2002 "Myself" live (Behrens, Fogarty, Keys, Hoffman, Park) – 4:07 From the KLBJ Local Licks Live 13 album
"High Society" (The Judy's) – 1:58 * From The Judy's tribute album, unreleased as of 2006

Other downloadable tracks[edit]

Other tracks available free for download on Official Site - No longer active

Yellow demo ("older than dirt")[edit]

  • "Maize" (Pushmonkey) – 5:01
  • "Neiderwald" (Pushmonkey) – 3:17

El Bitché sessions[edit]

  • "Chained Man" demo (Pushmonkey) – 3:01
  • "Sunny Days" demo (Pushmonkey) – 3:30

Other studio tracks[edit]

  • "Falling Out of Place" demo (Pushmonkey) – 3:30
  • "Lefty" acoustic version (Pushmonkey) – 3:08
  • "Number One" heavy demo version (Pushmonkey) – 4:33
  • "Pat's a M.F." (Pushmonkey) – 1:03 (No longer available)
  • "Sorry" demo (Pushmonkey) – 3:20
  • "When You Were Mine" (Prince) – 4:54

Live tracks[edit]

  • "Ashtray Red" live at The Steamboat, Austin, Texas (Pushmonkey) – 3:34
  • "Falling Out of Place" live at The Steamboat, Austin, Texas (Pushmonkey) – 3:29
  • "Limitless" live at The Steamboat, Austin, Texas, September 2002 (Pushmonkey) – 6:58
  • "Sorry" live at The Steamboat, Austin, Texas (Pushmonkey) – 3:12

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