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DMBQ

Essential Sounds From The Far East

Estrus 2109

Released on March 22, 2005

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Tokyo's premier psychodelified rock 'n' roll riff manglers, DMBQ (aka the Dynamite Masters Blues Quartet) present their ten-song Estrus debut, after being a fixture in the Japanese garage and noise underground scenes for over a decade. They've shared the stage with JSBX, Mudhoney, The Dirtbombs, and Fugazi, and have toured with Guitar Wolf, Gasoline, and The Boredoms. In fact, past and present members have done stints in both The Boredoms and Shonen Knife. Heavy riff-driven hard rock, trashed out garage mayhem, and explosive improv noise. A loud and unrestrained collison of sound and fury that's made their live shows legendary.

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# Song Name Popularity
1 She Walks Voted #1  50%
2 Taste  0%
3 Mo-Ya Mo-Ya  0%
4 Nowhere  0%
5 Mirror Baby Voted #2  33%
6 Dm  0%
7 Nothing  0%
8 Swamp King  0%
9 Happening  0%
10 Are You Satisfied? Voted #3  17%
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Paul from Goleta, CA 
Jun 23 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

More like DMB-roQ. Good shit. This gives me the same kind of vibe as C Average. Some good smoke a bowl and rock out shit. Its from Japan and on the same label as the midnight evils, good? Yes.





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