Fuck Geez (1983 – 1992) Once Upon a Time There Was Fuck Geez (LP) Social Napalm Records

Fuck Geez

(1983 – 1992)

Once Upon a Time There Was Fuck Geez

Social Napalm Records

Anthology housing tons of essential cuts from this Japanese punk band…showing how a band can progress (not always a good thing with a punk band) over a decade without losing their punch…obviously influenced by 70s UK and USA punk and 80s USA HC but in traditional Japanese punk-style leaving most of the Caucasian competition in the dust as they take off from the get go, race down the blacktop and blast off to outer space.


Nonstop fun for any fan of loud fast punk rock…whether your bag is the Bad Brains, the Dictators or the raw and rockin version early U.K. Punk…or of course Japanese punk…you’re bound to get a big kick in pants from this collection.

— winch (author of

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Guitar Wolf (Live)

Tokyo’s finest, jet rock at Dante’s Inferno, last show with Bass Wolf before his heart gave out, back in the days of Kodachrome.

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guitar wolf                                                                                        bass wolf

 

 

 

 

kodachrome 64 snapshots by winch

author of Kalamazoo: Growing Up Sideways in the 1970s

and Junk Like That: a two-part novel

http://www.eight-track.com

http://www.amazon.com/Winch/e/B00MGBTVLU/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_pop_1

Kimio Eto: Sound of the Koto (LP) 1966

Sound of the Koto
World Pacific WP-1439
Producer: Richard Bock
1966
Rating:**** (Recommended)

Just Eto on the Koto but he fills the cuts with plenty of sounds, just the perfect amount actually, lots of sounds but enough space to allow the listener to breathe easy.

Obviously, this blind cat knew what he was doing.  Very cool, interesting and enjoyable, highly recommended for fans of Japanese music.

— winch

(author of Kalamazoo: Growing Up Sideways in the 1970s)

http://www.eight-track.com/kalamazoo.html