The Prostitutes

The Prostitutes are an indie band formed in 2004 in Prague, Czech Republic. The original members were singer Adrian T. Bell, guitarist Martin Destroyer, keyboard player Stevie LFO, bass-guitarist Mark Jukebox and drummer Luk Santiago.
The Prostitutes released their first album "Get Me Out Of Here" in September 2006.
In December 2006, Mark Jukebox left the band after long-term mutual disagreements. New bass-guitarist Šmity was on board immediately. Šmity is also known in the Czech Republic for his own band called Roe-Deer. In late 2009, Šmity left the band due to his time-consuming employment as a sound engineer. Adam Piaf, former frontman of the band Fake Tapes, became the new bass-guitarist.

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Carol AnnThe Prostitutes3:40
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Leave It Like It Is [feat. La Petite Sonja]Leave It Like It Is4:47
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Back StabBelle Ringer3:26
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BoomOne Two Three Four4:28
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Pull It TogetherDeaf to the Call4:01
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No One Sings the BluesDeaf to the Call3:41
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Swan CallZum Passer2:45
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I BelieveDeaf to the Call3:03
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ChairmanZum Passer3:39
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Thank YouHometown Zombies4:03
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