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From the same streets as the Dictators, and possessing the same lighthearted-but-heavy-souled gutter grind as Handsome Dick's clique, the Giraffes detract from the seminal proto-punks by actually embracing the '70s Stonehenge schlock that those primordial punks held their noses at. "Manchester United," with its flamenco-staccato riffing and spaghetti western delivery, stands out as the most unique statement on a disc that contents itself with sloppy guitars atop plodding rhythms below smart-allecky singing styles. Even when they fail, it's still good for a laugh, and you're laughing with the Giraffes, not at them. ~ Brian O'Neill, Rovi


Formed: 1998 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The Giraffes are an indie rock band from Brooklyn, New York who first emerged in the late '90s. Originally formed as a trio in 1996 by guitarist Damien Paris, bassist Tim Kent, and drummer Andrew Totolos, the band released one album, 1998's Franksquilt, before welcoming singer Aaron Lazar in 2000. With 2002's Helping You Help Yourself, the Giraffes found their stride, delivering the explosive, riffy, punk-edged sound that would become their hallmark. A 2005 self-titled release on Razor & Tie helped...
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