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Album Review

Friction's Zone Tripper features more of the Japanese group's distinctive fusion of hard rock, punk, and noise, and adds remixes by Tokyo DJs into the sonic fray. The title track, "Break Neck," and "The Heavy Cut" are noisy, visceral workouts, while the remixes of these songs contribute an anarchic, cut'n'paste aesthetic to the proceedings. Songs like "Red Light Dumb," "Choke," and "High Life" reveal why Friction are one of Japan's most enduring underground bands, and part of Tzadik's "New Japan" roster.


Formed: 1978 in Tokyo, Japan

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

One of the most enduring bands in the Tokyo underground, Friction was formed in 1978 by multi-instrumentalist/composer Reck after he returned from a stay in New York, where he played with seminal No Wave acts like James Chance and the Contortions and Lydia Lunch. Over the course of two decades, Friction has had varied lineups and sounds, but Reck's fusion of punk, hard rock and noise remains a constant....
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