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Great music and painfully unnoticed in the states.Usually dont like to right reviews as many have been so subjective they trick me into buying garbage but this band is different. These guys are all about melodies. A little electronic with indie rock infused. Great for fans of lcd soundsystem, older U2, radiohead and older editors. Great mood music.

Great album

Title says it all.

Amazing, another fantastic album

WFANFC is amazing. With their short canon of material, they've far surpassed other artists of similar sounds. "Jojo Burger Tempest" is nothing short of amazing. A little pricey, but it's worth the money, and then some.


Formed: 1999 in Manchester, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Manchester, U.K. outfit Working for a Nuclear Free City began as the studio project of Phil Kay (production, keyboards, vocals) and Gary McClure (guitars). In 2004 they adapted to the stage and added Kay's brother Jon on drums and Ed Hulme, who joined on bass and vocals, just a couple days before the first show. Showcasing a hypnotic assortment of rock and electronic music accompanied by layers of soft vocals, the recorded efforts include a self-titled album in October 2006 and the Rocket EP in March...
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