Toys That Kill
Toys That Kill is a San Pedro-based punk rock band, formed from a previous incarnation known as F.Y.P. (1989–1999). Just after the release of the last F.Y.P. album, also titled Toys That Kill, Todd Congelliere and Sean Cole (vocalists/guitarists) along with new members Chachi Ferrara (bass) and Denis Fleps (drums) got together to form the new band.
Toys That Kill
Left to right: Congelliere, Ferrara, Felix, and Cole in 2012
|Origin||San Pedro, Los Angeles, California|
|Labels||Recess, Geykido Comet, Dirtnap, Asian Man|
|Associated acts||F.Y.P, Underground Railroad to Candyland|
Casey (Chachi) Ferrara
They have toured Japan once, Europe twice and the U.S. once or twice a year since the year 2000. Congelliere, Ferrara, and Felix all play together in Underground Railroad to Candyland, another Recess Records act.
- The Citizen Abortion LP/CD - 2001 Recess Records
- Control the Sun LP/CD - 2003 Recess Records
- Shanked LP/CD - 2006 Recess Records
- Fambly 42 LP/CD - 2012 Recess Records
- Sentimental Ward LP/CD - 2016 Recess Records
- Razorcake Sister Series Vol. 1 7-inch - Razorcake Records
- Don't Take My Clone 7-inch - Dirtnap Records
- Flys 7-inch - Asian Man Records
- Fleshies/Toys That Kill split 7-inch picture disc - Geykido Comet Records
- Toys that Kill/Ragin Hormones split 7-inch - Stardumb Records (OUT OF PRINT)
- Joyce Manor/Toys That Kill split 7-inch - Recess Records
- TRISKAIDEKAPHOBIA "A San Pedro Soundtrack" CD - Recess Records
- You Call This Music?! Volume 2 - Geykido Comet Records
- This Just In... Benefit For Indy Media - Geykido Comet Records
- God Save The Queers (A Tribute To The Queers)
- THE RECESS VIDEO VHS/DVD
- Belt Fighting the Man (Rivethead, Dillinger Four, Toys That Kill live footage)
- Climb Up Music Video DVD Magazine
- Browning, Rob (November 12, 2012). "Toys That Kill: Fambly 42". popMatters. Retrieved November 9, 2019.
- Bregman, Adam. "Toys That Kill Biography". Allmusic. Retrieved September 2, 2015.
- Pessaro, Fred (September 21, 2016). "Nostalgia? Toys That Kill Are Ready to Go With New Video". CLRVYNT. Retrieved November 9, 2019.
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