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Yaphet Kotto

Killer Was In The Government Blankets

Ebullition 43

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Hailing from Santa Cruz, California Yaphet Kotto come forth with their first release. Their music is perfectly suited to Ebullition. If Yaphet Kotto would have existed four years ago they would have been playing with Current, Iconoclast, and Policy Of 3. Great screamy emo hardcore with a duel guitar and vocal attack.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 First Meetings Agreement  10%
2 Torn Pictures Voted #1  23%
3 Reserved For Speaker  10%
4 Driving Through Natchez  7%
5 Are You Still Working At That Cafe'  13%
6 B And C Voted #2  17%
7 A Symbol  0%
8 The Killer Was In The Government Blankets Voted #3  17%
9 Suffocate  3%
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Howard from Bethesda, MD 
Mar 24 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

It took a while to grow on me, but this is a fantastic skramz album. Initially, I could barely hear the vocals, but if you turn it up loud enough, you realize how incredibly powerful the screaming is. Traditional without being formulaic, and, being on Ebullition, you know the band really has something important to say.

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Josh from Milwaukee, WI 
Jan 1 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is pure raw emo at its best. passionate double vocals, and heartfelt and maybe at times a littel cheasey for this day and age lyrics, but still very good none the less. im also a big fan of their newest cd, and see them live if you can, one of the last great emo bands alive.

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Brian from Blacksburg, VA 
Oct 12 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

One of the best screamo bands. They range from fast to slow, screaming to whispering, chaotic to melodic. They can get very political and have intelligent lyrics. This is one of my favorites. All of their albums are really cheap, so try at least one out and you'll soon be getting all of their stuff. So worth the $7. You'll love them.

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Greg from Blue Springs, MO 
Oct 11 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Killer release. Not as good as "Syncopated Synthetic Laments for Love," by any means, but still an excellent release from one of the most passionate bands I have ever heard.

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Pat from Munhall, PA 
Jul 7 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

amazing, amazing, amazing. buy this cd if not all of yaphet kottos albums, now...b-word. these guys (and one chick...i think) are the creators of the best music ive heard in a long time. are they original, f-word no, but do they kick a-word, you bet your bottom dollar. some of the best hardcore music with melodic breakdowns ive ever heard. purchase now, regret never.

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Brad from Tucson, AZ 
Nov 11 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Whoa. Since I couldn't find any mp3's of this band on the internet, I just bought this cd hoping for the best, and it blew me away. Also, it was only $7 so I couldn't go wrong. So, yeah, this cd owns a lot. It has fairly simple but catchy hardcore-esque guitar riffs, and dual screaming and singing. It's a blast of energy. Fun music.

The songs Torn Pictures, First Agreements Meeting, and B and C are the best songs on the album. I highly recommend it to fans of City of Caterpillar, You and I, Still Life or I Hate Myself.

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