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Q and Not U

No Kill No Beep Beep

Dischord 123

Released on November 13, 2000


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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Tim from La Grange, IL 
Jan 6 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Fuckin great record. What a great band. I can listen to every song on this record and never get sick of it. There is no best song because every song on the record is just simply the best. Buy this record!

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Lance from Ft. Collins, CO 
Dec 8 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

No Kill No Beep Beep, odd name for an album, but it fits well. This album contains the odd, odd time signitures, odd guitar chords, and well, you get the point. But this oddness is awesome, these guys are one of the most original bands out there right now, and rocking this originality with cuts like "We heart our hive", and "A line in the Sand" among others. Lyrics remind me a lot of At the drive in without the dictionary words. Pick it up, play it, and feel the great oddness of this album.

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