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CD $12.00

06/26/2004 759718508222 

itr 82CD 


LP $12.00

06/26/2004

itr 82 


MP3 $9.90

06/26/0000 759718508222 

 


Take a minute to think about the state of your existence right now. Everything okay? Complete garbage? Or maybe it's a confusing mess that maybe someday you expect to truly fathom. Whatever you got going, kiss it good-bye. For better or worse, you will soon be able to divide your life in half - a time before you heard the King Brothers, and after. Oh, it's gonna be different. Fucking different. Count on it.   Hailing from Japan and barely out of high school - as if any of us are any different - the King Brothers have already started setting rock'n'roll music and anything else in their path on fire. With releases on a major label in Japan and on Bulb in the United States, this-two-guitars-and-drums trio's In The Red debut crams punk rock, blues and noise into a meat grinder and smears what comes out with lots of nasty screaming. Harsh, wild and in your face - hell, yes - and deliciously mightay, mightay.   "See them before they all have heart attacks." -Firestarter Magazine, Japan  "Definitely the best band in the world." -Eric Oblivian, The Oblivians  "Few live acts make me drop my beer.… I lost my Schlitz when I raised my hands in glee at the coccyx-crunching, psycho-blues racket produced by these three polite maniacs from Nishinomiya City, Japan. As I walked in, guitarist Masafumi Koyama and guitarist/vocalist Keizo Matsuo physically threatened the crowd with their equipment. Meanwhile, drummer Jun Fujimoto, who sports hair Don King would envy, and with more bounce, smashed his little kit like he was apt to strangle small animals for the hell of it.… King Brothers deliver … ear-splitting death boogie with the added delight of track titles shouted as songs begin. Did I mention that all lyrics are in Japanese? Did I mention that Koyama is also credited with "scream," because on every song he lets loose with blood-curdling, wordless shrieks? I love this shit. It makes me want to throw cinderblocks off my roof. If they want it, King Brothers can have my soul." -Andy Fenwick, Oculus 

Tracklist

  1. #1 Oh Shit!

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  2. #2 Yakekuso

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  3. #3 Super X

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  4. #4 Dead Soul

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  5. #5 ***

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  6. #6 Nori Nori Tengoku

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  7. #7 Big Boss

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  8. #8 Irritatetatirri

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  9. #9 Drum Rock (part Ii)

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  10. #10 Orgarythm

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  11. #11 Lulu

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  12. #12 Utu

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