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A Masterpiece of Blended Genres

Its truly the one of the best albums you will ever listen to, I guarantee it. It's a masterfully put together blend of prog, ska, and alternative to come up with this absolute masterpiece. The lyrics mesh perfectly with complex rhythms, excellent harmonies and beautiful vocal work. The most astonishing part is how the songs just seamlessly flow into one another, it seems like one big epic song. Buy this CD as soon as you can.

so amazing!

one of the best albums! ....

uhhhh wow!

Where has this band been for the last 27 years of my life. Praise be to iTunes genius! Simply amazing stuff here. If it has been recommended to you just get it. You will not regret it.

Biography

Formed: 1997 in Seal Beach, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Emerging from Orange County's thriving ska-punk scene, RX Bandits quickly made a name for themselves as a unit willing to take musical risks and lyrical stances, largely thanks to lead singer and guitarist Matt Embree, whose songwriting continued to evolve in a more progressive direction as RX Bandits grew to their eventual complement of six. Formed in 1995 as Pharmaceutical Bandits, the original lineup featured Embree, bassist Franz J. Worth, drummer Chris Tsagakis, Noah Gaffney on sax, and Rich...
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