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by Nasalrod

Genre: Rock: Avant-Prog
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1. Hype
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2. What D'ya Say?
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3. Join
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4. Hello Ello
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5. Special Person
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This is the digital download version of the EP. For the vinyl 7" go here -

**Featuring original FEAR drummer Spit Stix (on drums and as producer).**

"THE GENRE POLICE will never close the case on Nasalrod. You can't call them punk because you'd be selling them short. They don't play noise rock because their songs have structure, even a dance-ability at times. You could almost call them a pop band, but they're way too heavy and aggressive." - Aris Wales, Portland Mercury

"Nasalrod is a particularly potent display of the beautiful fusion that occurs among our city's myriad of talented citizens. With Jeffrey "Chairman" Couch as ringleader, the band is in the hands of someone so fiercely dedicated to music and enthralled with its form that he becomes a live conduit of rock and roll. His vocal delivery is physical and auditory hysteria, erupting in accord with the no-nonsense bass stylings of Kat Knows and Justin Stimson's hard-hitting guitar. Add to the equation the legendary Spit Stix, drummer for Fear...and you have an outfit that will rock your world in every way." - Maranda Bish, Portland Mercury

"If the mystery of their melodic, soulful, quirky, yet violent sound doesn't sell you, the morbid curiosity of their live performance will...they're a band of musical masterminds that can't be caught." -Aris Wales, Portland Mercury



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