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Album Review

Soak the Saddle contains jumbled, blathering, and spastic noise rock coupled with vocals shifting in and out of coherence, rambling on about quirky dirty-sex abstractions and childish dirty-diaper themes. Arab on Radar bends the thumbs of music way back — nearly to the point of breaking — in the tradition of fellow noise rockers Melt Banana, and with nearly as much chaotic structure as the babbling Storm & Stress. This is experimental art punk with a large set of balls that have been kicked an uncountable number of times; it's messy and discordant, but falls into discernible lines of rock just enough to make some overactive scissor-style punk rock.

Biography

Formed: 1994 in Groton, CT

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

In 1994, the members of what was to become Arab on Radar were all applying for jobs at Electric Boat, a Groton, CT-based company that manufactures nuclear and Trident submarines. After going back and forth to the company for three days and taking a series of three tests lasting 17 hours, the members became friends. On the final day of testing, the members went out for drinks to celebrate. After a few beers, they decided to start a band. A girl named Andrea was sitting in the bar at the time and said...
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