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Kung Pao

Kung Pao

Kung Pao


There are at least two bands named Kung Pao. 1. Following the balls to the wall rock show I saw Wednesday, it left me craving more the next few days. That’s where the now defunct NYC based trio of Kung Pao stepped in and helped satisfy a bit of that remaining need for filthy grimy sounding rock. The band delivers plenty of it, that’s for sure. Formed around 1999, the trio released a split single with Tucker through –ismist records before putting Read more on Last.fm
There are at least two bands named Kung Pao. 1. Following the balls to the wall rock show I saw Wednesday, it left me craving more the next few days. That’s where the now defunct NYC based trio of Kung Pao stepped in and helped satisfy a bit of that remaining need for filthy grimy sounding rock. The band delivers plenty of it, that’s for sure. Formed around 1999, the trio released a split single with Tucker through –ismist records before putting out two full-lengths through the Minneapolis based Maduro Records titled Bogota (2000) and Sheboygan (2002). Don’t know exactly what happened to the guys after that, but it appears that they have since called it a day.

Regardless, those two albums are full of straight up dirty bar brawling noise-rock with a major emphasis on low end, just the way I like it. The band definitely gives a few nods to the likes of Killdozer, early Tad, etc with their brand of riff heavy ultra down tuned sludge. If anything, check out their second and last album Sheboygan, as I prefer it a touch over their debut. Although, you can’t go wrong with either if this is your sort of thing. 2.

Czech band: http://www.kungpao.cz Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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