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Released on January 7, 2003

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Seven songs recorded at Inner Ear by Ian Mackaye and Don Zientara before these southern heros untimely break up. This is some of the tightest quirky pop mayhem put to plastic.This last effort breaks musical molds. In the shadow of Deerhoof these little tiny baby kids just had fun and went for it all over the country and this record is the result. A matured, learned band of of wild young men and women blasting out seven strange hits. Many million miles, broken guitars and and friendships...XBXRX was amazing.

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Sharron from Arcanum, OH 
Mar 16 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Spazzed out screamo from young boys that live in Alabama. Hell yeah. Super frantic and minimal art design always makes me happy. Recorded by Ian McKaye too. So if you like really crazy dance rock with a guy that howls, but it.

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Nicholas from State College, PA 
Jan 28 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I got this CD a while ago and just recently found that Pitchfork Media had given it a terrible review on their website. I think the problem was that the Pitchfork reviewer wasn't a fan of this genre of music to begin with, so they probably wouldn't enjoy the unique sound of XBXRX. First off, I really enjoy this album, for it's fast pace, fun sceeching lyrics, and pummuling sound. Imagine if your standard hardcore band got really happy and said, "Hey, let's just dance!" Bizarre sounding? It is. But it's an intense and furious sound, something akin to An Albatross. My one complaint is that this album is a little short (nine minutes)...although the CD itself was created by Erika (Who also pressed the Locust's puzzle-shaped version of "Flight of the Wounded Locust") so if you like the hardcore noise/dance punk sound and don't mind paying a bit more for a CD that's very aesthetically pleasing, check this out.

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