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most won't get it...

but longtime Boredom's fans have been waiting a long, long time for this and the rest of the VICE series!!!! The last 4 songs are the perfect.

i think they would be proud...

...with the reviews of the this album that are up on itunes. really i haven't heard most of the boredom's stuff. they've been around a really long time and they've gone in and out of major and minor labels and i really don't think they give a crap if people hate them... because they make the kind of music that isn't well liked by the masses or people that don't really get or understand noise music. of its noise thats something this band is a part of. they aren't bound by it but it's undoubted a part of the genre's they gap. if anything, the other reviews made by prior reviewers who hated it... make me want to buy this album more. thanks!


The wide range of ambient and noise sounds that the Boredoms create on this album is perfect. If I have my iTunes on random and one of the tracks comes on I am instantly mesmerized. The Boredoms got long drawn out songs out of their system with Super Roots 3 & 5 and created shorter perfect songs. The people that wrote one star reviews most likely didn't buy the album and just listened to the 30 second clips. This is well worth your $9.99 despite what the haters say.


Formed: 1986 in Osaka, Japan

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Of all the artists in Japan's thriving noise-music community, the Boredoms undoubtedly had the most fun. Although their maniacally extreme cacophony was by no means accessible listening, it was underpinned by a gleeful sense of humor that helped them find a limited (but still surprisingly wide) audience among alternative rockers. A typical Boredoms track might feature massively distorted guitars, squealing synths, any number of odd found-object noisemakers, or studio-manipulation effects; conventional...
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