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Very Very Impressive

I first heard the Mooney Suzuki in Burnout 3 (Great game BTW) and I loved there music.Now that I own them its practicly what I listen to everyday.Buy this album, you are in for a treat!

Very Impressive

I heard this band at the battle of the bands in New York and was very impressed at their energy. They ended up winning and I was not surprised. I am happy they have made it this far (my cousin is the lead guitar).

nothin left on the stage...

I saw these guys in Chicago at the Double Door and was blown away. I'm surprised that they were able to pull off that energy in their recordings. Come back to Chicago; I will be there with friends. TCB, -DD

Biography

Formed: 1997 in New York, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '90s, '00s

The Mooney Suzuki debuted in 1996 upon the formation of Sammy James, Jr. (guitar/vocals), John Paul Ribas (bass), Graham Tyler (guitar), and Will Rockwell (drums). On top of their added punk of three-chord agility and their '60s momentum of the MC5, the Rolling Stones, and the Kinks, the quartet would spend the next three years playing in and out of their native New York City with the likes of Thee Headcoats, the Donnas, the Make-Up, and the Delta 72, among others. Telstar Records eventually packaged...
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