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"A transcendent distillation of Seventies rock heaviness and Eighties punk aggression...what Black Sabbath would sound like with suntans and a fleet of dune buggies at their disposal…the ultimate desert-rock " - ROLLING STONE

Originally formed in 1985 as a Black Flag-influenced hardcore punk band called Virulence, FU MANCHU has since become one of hard rock’s most ... Read more in Amazon's Fu Manchu Store

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  • Audio CD (22 Mar. 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Cargo UK
  • ASIN: B00000HF6O
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 232,005 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Godzilla
2. Module Overload
3. Living Legend
4. Eatin' Dust
5. Shift Kicker
6. Orbiter
7. Mongoose
8. Pigeon Toe

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By A Customer on 23 Mar. 2003
Format: Audio CD
Fu Manchu's music isn't poetry or high art; its a lot of fun however. This CD was put out on the legendary Man's Ruin label, and stays true to type; its hard to find a bad Fu Manchu song but it can become hard to tell the difference between them! It begins with "Godzilla" (BOC cover), a lumbering riff with ot Hill's 2-tone vocals over the top. They manage to harness the classic feel of the origional but it's still filthy surfer rawk with guitar solos all over the place. "Module Overload" is next up, more classic Fu Manchu groove. "Living Legend" follows, with some classy guitar work. Hill's vocals sound a bit strained but they fit the music. "Eatin' Dust" sounds like the single of the bunch, being slightly shorter and cleaner than the rest of the tracks, though most Fu Manchu songs ought to be catchy enough. "Shift Kicker" blitzes by in a similar fashion. By this time listeners have probably sussed the band, so Hill can sing things at random purely because they rhyme without anyone wondering why. Brant Bjork excells on this track too, his drumming isn't always streched by Fu Manchu's simple songs but he still has the talent he displayed with Kyuss. "Orbiter" builds up with vocals, drums, bass then guitars then comes to an abrupt halt 3 minutes later. "Mongoose" is the penultimate track, good enough to warrant a place on the last, more widely released "California Crossing". It also sounds like a song to be released, though its 6 minutes long (many have criticised Fu Manchu for becoming more commercial lately, personally I don't think they've changed much). The album ends with the faster, heavier "Pigeon Toe". As usual Fu Manchu have provided an enjoyable diversion, though not especially complicated. If it dosen't cost too much for you to import, I reccomend it to any fans of the band or the style.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 9 Feb. 2001
Format: Audio CD
Wow! Top quality. Fu Manchu fans must own this album, from the opener 'Godzilla' the bass is low, and riffs are tight. This cover from the original Blue Oyster Cult song is SOOOO much better. The sound engineering is spot on too so you can really hear the higher notes, as well as feel the subs, which aren't a blur of noise. There isn't a bad track on the album- I'd say similar to Manchu's 'In search of' for its song composition, but beefed up. I can tell you, it's always on in my car with the volume and bass up LOUD ^__^
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A Masterpiece 3 Mar. 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
If I had to make a list of the best heavy duty albums of all time this would be in the top ten. You get your money's worth with these guys. The song Eatin Dust will make your ear drums bleed and Mongoose is a masterpiece in itself. The mighty Sabbath would be proud.
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I didnt see a rating for this one... 3 Jan. 2002
By Geoffrey D. King - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
...so here it is. Not their best IMO, but it's the Fu and it still rocks.
Best tracks: "Godzilla" - slow and stoned. "Module Overload" - a riff that will stick in your brain for days. "Pigeon Toe" - I've seen them three times and they always close with this one.
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Great, but why soo expensive?!! 11 Mar. 2004
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Crunching adrift whaling guiter riffs, fundamental of awesome sounds from a stoner-type, Sabbath heavy, go get'em & burn out on'em music. Worth more than they got on whoever tried to market them. Fun, aggressive listening, makes you wanna get out and ride that f*ckin bike.
Not Their Best Work, But Still Rocks Like No Other 20 Jun. 2000
By Jeff Whiteside - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a very good effort by this Palm Desert band, but they lack a few things, like the more fuzzy riffs. This sounds more polished, but it still passes the test. Scott has a very cool voice, Brant's drumming is awesome, and the bass has some of the coolest lines yet. This is sure to rock very hard wherever you are. My favorite songs on here are Godzilla, Eatin' Dust, Mongoose, and Shift Kicker. For fans of Sabbath, Blue Oyster Cult...
Proper rock and roll 23 Jun. 2013
By Aaron Mitchell - Published on Amazon.com
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More fuzzed out riffs nourishing the mind and soul. We need not compare with previous or later works, suffice to say this record should not disappoint. Good soundtrack for driving or just otherwise partying.
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