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such a good album! highlights of the album are "Bumpin rap tapes" and "the dirge". bumpin rap tapes is so catchy it'll make your eyes fall out your head. penny rimbaud of crass "produced" this and has some spoken word drawn out poetry on this record. also spank rock is featured on radical businessman! overall great record! download this then go see them! they're the best live act ever!

a great indie band.

i like it. a little different, but i still like it.

ah....if punk were only alive today

I grew up on a lot of punk music and I do have to say these guys have "that" ....whatever "that is". I found their 1st release on iTunes and have shared it with so many of my friends (i.e. you are NOT leaving until you've heard this music"). Now that this one has been released....don't know why, but I was skeptical....and now I KNOW, for no reason. Buy this if in your heart and bones you love punk music. I'd hug these f'ing young guys if I could ever find them....


Formed: 2001 in New York, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Quite likely the most unapologetically artsy punk-related band since the early days of Sonic Youth -- when Kim Gordon was writing for Artforum, Thurston Moore and Lee Ranaldo worked with Glenn Branca, and underground movie star Richard Edson was their drummer -- Japanther is not in the least bit afraid to get all conceptual 'n' stuff. Japanther was formed in 2001 by Matt Reilly and Ian Vanek, undergrads at New York City's highly regarded art school The Pratt Institute. With Reilly singing while playing...
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