Fuck Knights | The Recorded By Gary Burger From The Monks EP

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The Recorded By Gary Burger From The Monks EP

by Fuck Knights

Four tracks of ass shaking garage punk by this Minneapolis trio on an album recorded by Gary Burger of 60's garage rock legends, The Monks.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Baby Get Lost
1:48 $0.99
2. F.M. Eyes
2:20 $0.99
3. Poor Boy Do
1:49 $0.99
4. Don't Exist
3:33 $0.99
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"They specialize in primal punk rock, played at a breakneck pace with frenzied, fuzzed-out lead guitar riffs interspersed throughout."--Real Detroit Weekly

"If you'd like to have your face blown off, but don't want the cost and mess of a shotgun to the mouth...winning fans in the underground with a powder-keg brand of Punk Garage, merging the three-chord stomp of pre-Punk Nuggeteers with the ruthless velocity and in-your-faceness of early Hardcore brats like The Meatmen."--Cincinnati City Beat

"Local power-trio Fuck Knights' gut-punching punk rock flashes like a switchblade and cuts like one too."--Minnesota Daily

"This is super lo-fi garage/punk rock n roll along the lines of The Black Lips, fuzzed out guitars abound with frantic leads throughout...It doesn't get much simpler than this, but boy does it work!"--Maximum Rock and Roll Magazine

"Fuck Knights craft their ass-shaking, guitar-heavy sound from a time when rock was still dangerous. There are underlying surf and rockabilly influences, but what they really bring to the table is an animated beast that is ragged, angry, and a little warped, but still capable of a primal rock'n'roll melody."--The City Pages



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