Mono Men Skin and Bones

Mono Men Skin and Bones

Out of print

Release Date September 1, 1992

Catalog No SP159

“Three chords, will travel” – that was the motto for Bellingham-based rockers the Mono Men, who clearly wore their ’60s Northwest garage rock influences on their sleeve. Though the band called it quits in 1998, they reunited in 2006 for an abbreviated tour in Spain, and then regrouped in 2013 for West Seattle Summerfest and a friend’s 40th birthday party. They only made one appearance on the Sub Pop discography with the September 1992 installment of the Singles Club. Limited edition pressing of 2,746 copies on bright blue vinyl, and a cover of Link Wray’s 1959 single “Comanche” on the b-side

-Janice Headley, courtesy of KEXP


  1. Skin and Bones
  2. Comanche