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Half punk (Ben Ely) and half geek (Quan Yeomans), Regurgitator were one of Australia's more eclectic alt-rock bands of the ‘90s. There’s a very regional sense of humour at work as the pair taunt the music biz and joke about the dangers of video games and the joys of plastic women. Elsewhere they’re just being bad boys to get a reaction—definitely NSFW—all while hijacking ’80s pop tropes with hip-hop beats and aggressive guitar. A mess—but a lovely and fun mess.

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please fix the songs in this album, they aren't correct.

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This album shaped a portion of my life that I look back on with an outstanding amount of AWESOME-


Formed: 1994

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

As their name suggests, Regurgitator's stock in trade is reinventing music, drawing on a vast range of influences and wittily putting the pieces back together in an avalanche of sounds and songs, more pop than the Beastie Boys, less obscure than Primus. The music combines industrial sounds, funk, hip-hop, synth pop, and disco and makes the most of effects and samples. Nothing is sacred. Supporting their roller coaster records with a strong live reputation, Regurgitator has become one of Australia's...
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