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Amazingly amazing

I first heard Anarchy Club when somebody had "Behind The Mask" from Guitar Hero. I thought it sounded pretty cool, so I checked out the samples of the rest of their songs. I was completely amazed. It quickly became my favorite CD. Songs like "Kill For You" and "Hidden By Blue" are some of my favorites but "Shaolin" and "Assassins" are songs that really sum up what the band formed from. (The idea came while drunk after a kung-fu movie marathon. At least that's what I heard). The tracks "A Day At The Office" and "Skillz" are explicit, but funny. There's also a good chance that "Enemy Ace" will be stuck in your head for at least a day after hearing it. The guitarwork is pretty cool. And the vocals are perfect for a really rockin sound. Anarchy Club needs more than five stars.

Rediculously Awsome

Quite frankly, an amazing album. This album is a fusion of techno and hardrock with a little steroids added in for good measure. Although "Behind the Mask" owns, a lot of other songs rock as well including "Through Windows Clear" "Hidden By Blue" and "Assassins." 3 or 4 songs/skits are ok...but all in all, amazing : )

Wadda Band!!!!

Most people have heard them from the infamous "Guitar Hero". Go on and buy "Behind the Mask", but listen to the whole cd. it just keeps getting better and better!

Biography

Formed: 2004 in Boston, MA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

The self-contained (all steps of recording and releasing were done "in-house," as it were) Anarchy Club was the result of friends Adam von Buhler (formerly of the band Splashdown) and Keith Artez Smith (of the band C60) joining forces in 2004 to create music which encompassed all of their shared passions. Bringing together elements of video games, metal, anime, and hip-hop, Anarchy Club released their first album, The Way and Its Power in 2005. They then went on to have two tracks ("Behind the Mask"...
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