The Turbo A.C.'s

The Turbo A.C.'s

Infobox musical artist
Name = The Turbo A.C.'s

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Origin = New York, USA
Genre = Hardcore punk, Garage punk
Years_active = 1996 – present
Label = Blackout Records
Nitro Records
Gearhead Records
Blitzcore Records
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Current_members = Kevin Cole
Tim Lozada
Jer Duckworth
Kevin Prunty
Past_members = Michael Dolan
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The Turbo A.C.'s are a New York based punk rock band. In 1996 the band put out their first full length "Damnation Overdrive" on New York based hardcore label Blackout Records. This was followed on releases on Cacophone, Nitro Records and most recently Gearhead Records. The band's catalogue features a number of punk personalities producing, including Agnostic Front's Roger Miret and the Dwarves' Blag Dahlia.

Their band name is a reference to the fictional Turnbull A.C.'s, a gang featured briefly in the 1979 cult classic The Warriors by Walter Hill

The band has spent considerable time touring in Europe behind releases on Germany's Blitzcore Records label.


From 1996-2006
* Kevin Cole - Guitar, Vocals
* Michael Dolan - Bass, Vocals
* Kevin Prunty - Drums, Vocals

From 2006-Present
* Kevin Cole - Guitar, Vocals
* Tim Lozada - Bass & Vocals
* Jer Duckworth - Guitar & Vocals
* Kevin Prunty - Drums, Vocals



* "Damnation Overdrive" (1996) Blackout! Records
* "Winner Take All" (1998) Cacophone Records
* "Fuel for Life" (2001) Nitro Records
* "Automatic" (2003) Gearhead Records / Bitzcore Records
* "Avenue X" (2005) Gearhead Records / Bitzcore Records
* "Live To Win" (2006) Bitzcore Records


* "Supercharged Straight To Hell" (1995, Turbo Titans Records)
* "Eat My Dust/Righteous Ruler" 7" (1995, Blackout! Records)
* "Chupacabra!" 7" (1997, Blackout! Records)
* "Hellboys/Turbo A.C.'s Split 7" (1997, Explicit Sound Records)
* "Hit & Run" 7" (1999, Into The Vortex)
* "Hit The Road" 10" Picture Disc (1999, Community/Renate Records)
* "Clean" Split mit The Demonics (2000, Radio Blast Records)

External links

* [ Official website]
* [ Official Fanclub]

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