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Monkey's Throw Shit

by Visitor 42

Visitor 42 is both a parking space AND a San Francisco Bay Area band that pounds familiar traditions into a fresh mix of punk and rock, but not necessarily Punk Rock. Combining other notable influences from classic rock, psychedelia, and even grunge, the
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1. Stranglehold
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2. Spam and Beans
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3. Crooks
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4. Tear it Down
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5. Eleanor Rigby
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6. Bizzarre Gardening Accident
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7. Good Punk
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8. Circus
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9. Riot Weekend
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10. I Dont Care About You
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11. Lets Go
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Visitor 42 is both a parking space AND a San Francisco Bay Area band that pounds familiar traditions into a fresh mix of punk and rock, but not necessarily Punk Rock. Combining other notable influences from classic rock, psychedelia, and even grunge, the band creates a new and invigorating sound that defies easy classification. Alternating tempos, evolving moods, forthright vocals and constant energy of geologic magnitude rock social and personal themes throughout the music's landscape.

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Rokk Kritik

Great pop punk rock is back!
Oakland, Calif. Has Visitor 42 gone pop? That's what avid punk listeners everywhere are asking themselves with the veteran Oakland outfit's new release of "Monkeys Throw ****" (Butt Flower Records). The group's latest offering conjures up audial images of punk/pop progenitors such as The Ramones and Reducers, as well as adding to its already strong base of Black Flag and Rollins Band influence.

From the opening ripping of "Stranglehold," not to be confused with the Ted Nugent song by the same name, to the tip of the hat to Connecticut's Reducers in "Let's Go," Visitor 42 flexes its riffing muscle. The Visitor is a cohesive unit of punk power, formed around the creative core of Dan Sauter's six-string angst. Dan Johnson provides the (loco) motive force for the tunes, pounding the big thick round things and the shiny thin round things (must speaker drummer language so they can understand) with precision
and power. Curt Knudsen provides the melodic underpinnings on bass, while adding no small amount of sex appeal. Tim Warder rounds out the sound with more ripping, razor guitars.

This latest offering leaves only one question -- what would McCartney think
of their rendition of "Eleanor Rigby?"
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Erik Core

Excellent eighties punk with classic rock twists
Whew! I can finally stop holding my breath. Visitor 42 rocks! Combining the best elements of early eighties punk with a classic rock twist, they have created one of the best and most listenable albums I've heard in years. Their sound is as unique and solid as any of the early punk bands, such as The Vibrators, The Ramones, Black Flag, and Fear (whom they do a great cover of on this album). Their musicianship and song writing talent is the equal of any of the classic rock greats. If the Beatles where still going today they could only wish to make a recording this great. This CD is definitely one of my favorites, give it a listen and you'll be breathing some fresh air, too.
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