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Customer Reviews

Greatly supertastic for to listen!!

This guys is bestest rocking and roller i hear in my country! Please to coming to my homeland near the fjords of helsinki! most only death and black metal which rocking lots also.. but ultra high frequency are nicest treat for ears of me and my people! BRING NOISE BRING FUNK!

Amazing!!! Truly the best album I've heard in YEARS!!!

I can stop listening. I love you Ultra High Frequency!

mind blowing

This album is the most beautiful music i have heard in a very long time. if fits any ones style of music and fills a genre that is always left empty. I love it. PS- the boys arent bad to look at either..

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active:

The Long Island-based pop/rock quartet Ultra High Frequency owes its existence to skatepunk more than other like-minded bands. When childhood friends, frontman Frank Fussa and bassist/vocalist Christopher Johanidesz, were in their mid-teens they met Jon Tehel (guitars/vocals) and Dennis Joseph (drums, vocals) at a skate camp. After Fussa convinced them that the melodies he had been hearing in his head since age four were worth putting actual sound to, he had his band. But it wouldn't be until 2001...
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Matter In Time, Ultra High Frequency
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop
  • Released: Jul 06, 2006

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