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Hlllyh

The Mae Shi

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Best damn thing ever

This if the first review I've written, and quite possilbly the last, but this is definately one of the best albums you can ever own. This is by far one of the most addicting albums you can listen to of theirs and is unique, upbeat, and just plain awesome. They've done it again. Try to catch them in person if you can, they don't dissapoint.

a three star?

I would probably give this album a 4 because it's really great and well put together. I decided I should give it a 5 to balance out the 3 before me. Honestly, that's a whack number.

Great album, one question.

Why is track 8 left off? iTunes, you're nuts.

Biografía

Fecha de formación: 2003

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '00s

Los Angeles' noise rock outfit the Mae Shi features Ezra Buchla, Brad Breeck, and Tim and Jeff Byron. The bandmembers were longtime friends before starting the Mae Shi, with Buchla and Jeff Byron's friendship dating back to their high school days. With influences spanning no wave and classical legends like the Ex and Erik Satie, the band aimed to bring a wide array of sounds and approaches to its music. After playing their first gigs in early 2003, the Mae Shi issued their debut EP that summer, which...
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