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What happened to this band

Ok so honestly I love KHS they are popy and throw donw some seriously good songs. But this is terrible. I'm sorry yes bands should continue to grow but with what made them popular to begin with. The best album this band put together was Arcade Rock they had and amazing Post- Hardcore edge that really pumped you up and the lyrics were fun and interseting. I mean come on the songs punk rock uniform and If you dont live here then dont surf here are nothing short of terrible. Plain and simple if you wanna hear the real KHS listen to Arcade Rock.

Nothing but Amazing..

You need to buy this album. Karate High School's prior two albums, Arcade Rock and The League of Tomorrow are def. ear candy, but Invaders is nothing but an eargasm. This album is so creative and so much fun. My favorite two tracks are Under the Microscope and You're Not Fooling Anyone (Except Me). Seriously, give this cd a listen, its one that will be on repeat on my Itunes for a long time!


This album sounds like it was made by Disney. They have definitely loosened up. Where is that hard hitting rifss like from Sweep The Leg. All this album is is a sweetened up version of their old albums. I saw them live after Arcade Rock was released and it was an amazing show, but quite frankly, i dontknow if i want to see this album live. My opinion would be to just burn it frim a friend who bought this record


Formed: San Francisco, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Like most young bands, Karate High School went through some lineup changes early on in their life, finally solidifying in July 2004 around Paul McGuire (vocals, keyboards, guitar), Gabe Ausiello (guitar), Ray Bautista (keyboards), Dan Kingdon (bass), and Danny Glaspy (drums). The Bay Area outfit offered up an aggressive blend of poppy punk, hyper post-hardcore, and eight-bit blips, becoming the chief purveyors of the self-termed Arcade Edge (aXe) movement (which included, um, them). Their love of...
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