S02 E35 Clean Your Fingers and Toes | A Music Junkies Podcast with Steve-O Creep

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S02 E35 Clean Your Fingers and Toes | A Music Junkies Podcast with Steve-O Creep

Steve O-Creep from Liverpool!  NO not Liverpool, England.   Liverpool, Ohio.  He grew up bi-racial.  He says in the summer he got darker than the other kids.  He grew up in a white home so that was kind of weird.

He met his sister in a graveyard and found out that he had several siblings and all mixed.  How cool is that? 

Steve was super excited about being on my show.  He has an amazing story.  Being told that he could pass for white?  I asked if when being with his brothers and in the bathtub, wasn't his bigger which may have been weird.  In the AFTERMATH, Steve doesn't speak to that, he just says his penis was the darkest part of his body!

Crazy stories!  Amazing stories.  HELL, GOD!  He got a gun held to him after asking questions about his Dad, and his Dad owed someone money!!  NIGHTMARES IN EAST LIVERPOOL?  This is his legacy.

Ohio was left behind after that from 20 to 23 and went to Florida.  Hated it.  Went back to Ohio to finish unfinished things.  "We wouldn't change a thing because it makes us who we are," he says.  Beautiful comment.  Maybe a great name for his next song? :)

FLIES IN THE WHIP?  Maybe when he was involved in orgies.  Yes, he was involved in some.  Steve O-Creep says his fetishes are hereditary.  Like looking at a woman's feet, or clean hands.  Strange things attracted him to women.  Maybe not so much COLD DEAD HANDS, or maybe?

One living is TWIST INSANE that Steve would like to collaborate with, he loves his drive and fast rapping. One dead is JASON MOLINA who understood sadness.  Sadly died of alcoholism.  Love that he said a lot of them are secretively Canadian who write songs like that.  So many cool bands and songs Steve O-Creep shares on this Podcast. 

Amazingly engaging guest.  Went with the flow and is seriously an amazing artist.  He has no groupies, which is funny because he should, however, he says he was a real piece of shit, and maybe used to but today it's about the collab.  And his wife changed his life.  He has a daughter and two sons.

First, met his wife?  You have to listen to hear how.  GREAT STORY!!  So much here, notes would be over what I have space for.  You've got to listen to this one! Beware, great F words and an open conversation.

Find Steve O-Creep,  you can go to his hometown, or go to all the streaming music (22 of them) and @SteveOCreep anywhere. 

Words of wisdom?  Always eat pussy... and always make sure she keeps her feet clean.  Now, for the … you have to listen to know what Steve O-Creep says.

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