For over twenty years, The Lazy Cowgirls were the undisputed kings of Los Angeles underground rock n' roll, releasing countless singles and albums for labels such as Sympathy For the Record Industry, Crypt, Bomp!, and Gearhead. Wayne Coyne, of The Flaming Lips, called them an American Institution. The Cowgirls may be no more, but their founder, vocalist and songwriter, Pat Todd, has released his fourth full length album with The Rankoutsiders entitled Blood & Treasure. The album reflects the diversity of American Rock 'n' Roll. Love, hope, sex, death, betrayal, renewal - it's all here.