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Celebration Rock (Deluxe Version)

Japandroids

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Sublime Garage Rock

Have been waiting too long for this album. They have managed to keep that raw garage rock sound on their sophomore album. They are the real deal. Buy the album and enjoy! Come and tour Australia NOW!

No sophomore slump here

Celebration Rock takes everything that was great about Japandroids' debut album 'Post-Nothing', sing along choruses, big fuzzy guitar, anthemic vocals, and amps it up completely. The songs now contain actual songwriting (!), and all the production, with it's "naa naa naa's" and "oh yeahs", is geared to making even a headphone session feel like a communal, concert experience.
If these guys were around in the 80s, they would be at the top of the SST roster. But they are around today, leading the charge of guitar rock in the new decade.

This is truly a landmark album for 2012.

Biography

Formed: 2006 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Cana

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Japandroids are an indie garage rock duo from Vancouver comprised of Brian King (guitar) and David Prowse (drums), who share singing duties. Founded in 2006, the band self-released a pair of five-track EPs, All Lies (2007) and Lullaby Death Jams (2008), before making its full-length album debut with Post-Nothing (2009) on the Canadian label Unfamiliar Records. Though Japandroids were more or less unknown at the time of their album debut, Post-Nothing got a big boost from the tastemaking website Pitchfork,...
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