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Rock 'n' Roll Etiquette


  • 1. God-Speed-You - (Etiquette Version)
    2. Jet Virus
    3. Hot Air Jiro
    4. Murder By Rock - (Etiquette Version)
    5. Toiletface - (New Mix)
    6. Venus Drive
    7. Sore Loser
    8. Drives With Wolves
    9. Sky Star Jet
    10. Earth Love
    11. Teardrop Boy
    12. Route 66
    13. Three AM Noodle Shop - (New Mix)
    14. Highway Baby
    15. Rock 'n' Roll Etiquette
    16. Way I Walk, The - (Bonus Track)
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 7022

  • Credits
    ProducerGuitar Wolf; Guitar Wolf
    EngineerYoshinori Sunahara; Emi Nagaya; Yasuo Matsumoto; Toshimi Nanseki; Ken Suzuki; Masato Morisaki; Naoya Nakatu; Toshiro Kai; Toshiyuki Takahashi; Youichi Miyazawa

    Guitar Wolf: Billy (bass guitar); Toru (drums); Seiji.
    Personnel: Seiji (guitar).
    Audio Mixers: Yoshinori Sunahara; Emi Nagaya; Yasuo Matsumoto; Toshimi Nanseki.
    Recording information: Freedom Studio; Onkyo Haus; Paradise Studio; Sony Music Shinanomachi Studio; Wonder Station.
    Director: Michihiko Nakayama.
    Illustrator: Coop.
    Photographers: Takayuki Mishima; Toshikazu Oguruma.
    Arranger: Guitar Wolf.
    At this point in their career, reviewing a Guitar Wolf album is not unlike reviewing the Ramones -- they've firmly established their sonic template, so you have a pretty good idea of what to expect going in. The question, then, is whether this will be an album like Brain Drain (a great band just walking through the paces) or more like Too Tough to Die (a great band proving it's still got the muscle). Thankfully, Rock 'n' Roll Etiquette offers 15 slices of proof that these guitar-battering lunatics from Japan aren't likely to run out of steam anytime soon. This album starts out exploding in a blast of cranked-into-the-red guitars, battered drums, and percolating bass, and pretty much doesn't stop from there on out, even for the relatively slower songs like "The Way I Walk" or "Teardrop Boy." In short, this is primal rock & roll so raw it practically drips blood, and the grainy fuzz of the lo-fi audio and the manic half-English/half-Japanese howling only add to the impact. If you want your ears kicked, Guitar Wolf is still the band to call on, and Rock 'n' Roll Etiquette is one high-quality portion of gut-level wail. ~ Mark Deming

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