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Customer Reviews


if you do not like this album something is seriously wrong with you

cut, cut , cut CUT

this album is awesome!!! Horse the band was also great live, i say was meaning when they were nintendocore! but now not so much.

live a little...

I picked this up and im quite entertained. Its a little unnerving because its some heavy stuff but it has a balanced diet of synthesizers with makes you think twice about putting a label to what these fellas are doing. But, its a fun album. I played old skool nintendo back in the day...and the synth version of track 8 is fun to listen to (Im not sure whether its a zelda song or metroid...all i know is I've heard it somewhere)


Formed: 2002 in Lake Forest, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

California's HORSE the Band debuted in 2003 with R. Borlax, a noisy but undoubtedly leading light in the burgeoning post-hardcore subgenre of Nintendocore (wherein musicians use specific instruments to mimic the sounds of Nintendo games). They returned in 2005 with Mechanical Hand, which was produced by Matt Bayles (Isis, Norma Jean) and released through the Koch imprint Combat. Nathan Winneke (vocals), Erik Engstrom (keys), Eli Green (drums), David Isen (guitar), and Dashiell Arkenstone (bass) proved...
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