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While 2004’s Start the Machine is powered by the vintage fuzz that had always been Fu Manchu’s stock-in-trade, songs like “Written in Stone,” “Hey,” and “I’m Getting’ Away” adopt a more direct and modernistic attack. It’s as if the band decided to leave behind their obsession with the '70s and instead focus on grabbing the attention of a living, breathing rock culture. The album has as much appeal for fans of Foo Fighters and Avenged Sevenfold as it does fans of Blue Cheer. At the same time they offer “Out to Sea,” an instrumental that momentarily abandons heaviness for a dreamy vision of surf.

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Formed: 1989 in Orange County, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Southern California's Fu Manchu began crafting heavy, psychedelic-tinged rock in 1990 with their debut single, "Kept Between Trees." Throughout the early '90s the group honed their sound on similarly intense singles, and released their debut album, No One Rides for Free, in 1994 on Bong Load Records. Daredevil, also on Bong Load, followed in 1995. The group switched to Mammoth Records for their 1996 album In Search Of...; the next year, founding members Scott Hill (vocals, guitars) and Brad Davis...
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