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Austin, TX, has this great propensity to belch up wired, gnarly bands, all ready to destroy your polite cocktail party like one of those wishful movie scenes with hors d'oeuvres and wine glasses flying. Enduro wastes no time introducing you to their mean, nasty, hellacious garage/R&B/psychobilly screaming with "Penthouse Suite." Pumping out a perversion of Barrett Strong's oft-covered "Money," the clean eight-track recording can barely hold back the thumping, jarring, stomping, ass-kicking, hellraising, and barnstorming racket this trio unleashes like Mexican jumping beans. The attack doesn't stop thereafter, as jolting, warped guitar playing and a raw rhythm section keep smacking you senseless through a variety of related styles. Singer Bucci makes madness seem like a hell of a good time, singing with his mouth covering the mic, the dials in the red, the man's very tonsils tearing through your speakers as if to grab you by the neck, and say, "Listen, you passive mofo, you need a good slap in the mug." Wild, unleashed fury of the most chaotic, suped-up kind. My speakers are still hissing.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

Looking up to a sound of '60s soul/garage rock and heavy metal from the '70s, David Bucci (guitar/vocals), Chad Nichols (guitar/vocals/organ), andCoby Cardosa (drum/organ) got together under the moniker of Enduro in 1992. Critically compared to the likes of the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Nashville Pussy, and the Makers, the band would release a handful of EPs before signing to Thrifty Recordings in 1996. After the debut of their first full-length, Now City, which came out that same year, as well...
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