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Q and Not U

No Kill No Beep Beep

Dischord 123

Released on November 13, 2000


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The debut album from these D.C. post-emo-or-something goodguys who find their progressive sound eminating from influences firmly rooted in the '90s punk tradition so effectively created by bands like Cap'n Jazz and Hoover, as well as the band's compadres Most Secret Method, and Smart Went Crazy. Features former members of CORM and THE ELUSIVE. Recorded by IAN MACKAYE.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Line In The Sand Voted #2  19%
2 And The Washington Monument (Blinks Goodnight)  14%
3 Fever Sleeves  10%
4 Hooray For Humans Voted #1  20%
5 Kiss Distinctly American  4%
6 We Heart Our Hive  6%
7 Lil' Sparky  2%
8 More I Get, The More I Want, The  2%
9 Y Plus White Girl  2%
10 Nine Things Everybody Knows Voted #3  16%
11 Sleeping The Terror Code  5%
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Sam from Crozet, VA 
Feb 14 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is good music. Kind of emo-ish but interesting musically. Big fugazi influence I can tell. They're in the vien of newer DC indie rock.

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Maccartney from Alamo, CA 
Jan 1 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i enjoy this album very much. either this or different damage are my favorite q and not u albums, but i can't figure out which one i like best. this one defaintely has more of that "DC" sound as aposed to different damage. this didn't help much. but it's a very good cd. i think buying this and then different damage would be splendid for new q and not u listeners.

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TJ from Leesburg, VA 
Jan 21 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

ok kids, this album is super. and by that i mean it is above and beyond average rock albums. if you need something new this is what you need to get. the lyrics and the music will make you feel oh so good as well. this is the kind of album that will make you wish that the wwe was still called the wwf. hulk hogan for ever. this is the best stuff since the 88 title fight. get this you will not be sad at all. go for. you know you want to. so do it.

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Dave from Guelph, Canada 
Aug 7 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a damn good cd. I read somewhere that this band was the Get Up Kids on crack...and that statement seems very true. This is a rock band - not a punk band, and I would suggest it for fans of Fugazi, Rye Coalition, Tricky Woo, Cursive, and Cave In.

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Ken from Rices Landing, PA 
Feb 14 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a very good album. My favorite songs must be "Nine Things Everybody Knows" "Fever Sleeves" and "End The Washington Monument (Blinks) Goodnight." Get this album, it is well worth the money you'd pay to buy it. Then see them live. I am.

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Maggie from Philomath, OR 
Jan 6 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Good god, this band ROOOOOCKS. What the hell was going through their brains as they wrote this music?? It's effing genius. The songs all kinda vary too. This is the closest band I've ever heard to Cap'nJazz, another awesome band. This is definitely a purchase that you should make, regardless of whether or not you like them.

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Jack from Newton, NJ 
Jul 3 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

My friend went off with this to college when i let him borrow it, why you ask? Beacause this cd is simply amazing. Catchy songs that aren't TOO corny (although there are the moments, example in line in the sand...you know). Every song is listenable and i can't say I've said that in a while. People overrate alot of things when they review on this site, but i can truely give this a 5.

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Jeffrey from Torrance, CA 
Mar 31 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i love this album, it is simply amazing. there is a definite fugazi influence but it is very original great music.

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Justin from Las Vegas, NV 
Feb 27 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

darn.. this is such a good cd. the fugazi influence really shines through, but they manage to have a sound of their own. technical guitar parts, i can't tell if there's a rythm or lead guitar, because they intertwine a lot. great drumming and bassplaying too. i hope to hear more from these guys. highly reccomended.

 
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