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Something Beyond - EP

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The first studio work since the 2001 California Crossing sessions, Something Beyond is a short, three-song EP containing two originals and raucous cover of Black Flag's classic anthem "Six Pack." Paddling closer to commercial hard rock territory, Fu Manchu continues to surf familiar waves of heavy guitar riffs, while Scott Hill confidently drops in amplified slacker vocals on the be-boppy "So Far Behind," and the slightly moodier "Something Beyond." Doing right by So-Cal heroes Black Flag, Fu Manchu completely nails the desperate snarl of "Six Pack," which adds to an already interesting resumé of cover songs ("Freedom of Choice," "Godzilla," "Nothing Done," and "Chevy Van").

Biography

Formed: 1989 in Orange County, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Southern California's Fu Manchu began crafting heavy, psychedelic-tinged rock in 1990 with their debut single, "Kept Between Trees." Throughout the early '90s the group honed their sound on similarly intense singles, and released their debut album, No One Rides for Free, in 1994 on Bong Load Records. Daredevil, also on Bong Load, followed in 1995. The group switched to Mammoth Records for their 1996 album In Search Of...; the next year, founding members Scott Hill (vocals, guitars) and Brad Davis...
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