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  • Audio CD (20 May 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Kung Fu
  • ASIN: B000066HIH
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 327,016 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Rosemead
2. Drama Club Romance
3. Nintendo 89
4. Halfway Decent
5. Hello St. Louis
6. Monster in Disguise
7. Car Ride Home
8. Senior Year
9. One Day
10. San Jose

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 20 May 2002
Format: Audio CD
This album is great, it really is the one album that shows off new wave punk rock better than anything else. Its new wave, its punk rock, but it sure isn't the same sell out punk pop we're getting shoved down our throats by mtv. Buy this album to see what punk rock should be like, about girls and broken hearts, addictions and falling in love when you're 8 and every other shattered piece of your life all rolled into one debut album. Forget yourlimp bizkit and forget your blink 182, this is music to grow up to, and the simple existance of this album makes me feel halfway decent by default.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ian hunt on 6 Nov. 2003
Format: Audio CD
The 11 other songs on this album are excellent (especially rosemead) but nintendo 89 makes this absolutely awesome - the riff is amazing, art screams down the mike - its just great! buy it cos you're missing out. for those of you who are interested, its produced by trever keith from face to face, hence its brilliance
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What can I say. After seeing Audio Karate alongside the Vandals in November, I was impressed, and after buying the album I am in awe. One slight problem is the track listing. Songs 1-3 are more in a teen-punk/emo vein, whilst 4-7 are slightly harder, more pure punk style tunes. Then we revert back to teen punk with 'Senior Year' before carrying on till the end with more straight punk. However, this still does not detract from the pleasure of listening (or moshing) to the thing. The guitar riffs in some of the tracks are amazing, showing that Kung-Fu arn't all Ataris clones
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1 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Paulo Pereira on 3 July 2002
Format: Audio CD
Sorry, but this has nothing to do with punk rock. It's just a extremely well crafted set of songs, drinking in the jazz tradition (listem to the guitar licks), with a powerful swing throughout, garanteed by an excelent drumer and a virtuoso bassline. It has much more to do with improvisation (just check the EP Cancel)and long instrumental interplay, with a development by several sections. The sound (a lo-fi resolution) is great. As if it was recorded live in a club and performed in front of you, setaing in a table and drinking a beer. It's one of the best (and original) bands around.
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Guitars and scratchy vocals give them a slight unique factor 7 Jan. 2004
By Steven Liddicoat - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is one of those albums that really tests what a reviewer takes into account when writing. Are you writing whether or not this album is good in the context of what it is trying to do, or whether or not your personal preferences are met? In the case of Audio Karate it's easy to put them down because, yes, they are a pop-punk band out of California that sounds a lot like the same stuff you've heard over and over again. However, for everyone who isn't annoyed with this type of music yet, "Space Camp" is definitely one of the better poppunk releases out there.
Sonically these guys can be relatively encapsulated by mentioning two bands: Count The Stars and Midtown, with one glaring exception. The guitar player has many opportunities to throw in a few mini-solos that actually add a lot more than one might initially think. Sure they aren't brilliant, but there is enough extra energy packed into each one to give Audio Karate a little distinctive burst.
Also, the vocals here are a lot rougher and raw than what you'll find in the above referenced bands. It's not necessarily screaming, it's just less flawlessly produced pubescent wailing and more scratchy grunge-tinged singing. This is to huge advantage for these guys because it gives their sound a bit more of an identity and lessens the feeling that you've heard this over and over again.
In all, this is a very strong pop-punk release. It's full of giant hooks and catchy rhythms that'll please anyone who has interest in this type of sound. Granted, after the first few months of repeated listens it sort of slipped out of rotation as most poppunk releases do. The difference here however, is that a few months later I turned back to this one because of it's edgier vocals and guitar, and that cycle has continued since. Definitely worth checking out if this gengre is your cup o' tea. However, if catchy hook-driven songs don't catch your fancy this definitely isn't for you.
Different from the rest 24 Oct. 2005
By Bando - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I first heard about this band on the 2003 warped tour disc. I really liked the song they had on there. It was pop punky and had some unusually talented guitarwork. It also sounded very unique. Like something different but same. That song was Nintendo 89. Yes probably a stupid name for a song about a girl but who cares?

well, I finally got around to buying this CD and it has changed my oppinion about this band greatly. First off, the genre these guys belong in is not immediately evident. Sure, pop-punk seems to fit the bill at first but after you consider the overall sound, it's not that easy. The singer's voice sounds almost grunge rock. I can hear traces of a pierre from Simple plan in him, but he sort of growls though. You also need to take the guitarwork into consideration. Out of all the sounds on this disc, the guitar is dominant over the others. it has a twangy sound that really shows a lot of talent. These guys know how to get past the sterotype of: "Pop-punk has to be all power chords". There are even solos here.

So all in all I would probably still put these guys in the pop-punk category, even though they draw from many different musical styles.

It's surprising that this band got signed considering the genre's track record. Bands like Green day, Blink 182, and the Ataris dominate this field of music. There's hardly any room for newcomers. But stop a minute and think about the things associated with these bands. Power chords, whiney voices, immature lyrics, and mass media marketing. None of these things describe Audio Karate. In fact, these guys are nothing like your modern pop punk stereo-type. They are spanish...yes. You can hear it in the guy's voice. They use fender-esque guitars, which are not commonplace for punk music. If anything, this band is a far cry from what we know as modern pop-punk. As a matter of fact, I think they have raised the bar as far as pop-punk goes. They have taken the standard four chord progression method that's been used for years, and replaced it with complex melodies and guitar solos.

I saw these guys live about a year ago. They have played along side bands such as Tsunami Bomb, The vandals, and social distortion. All those bands are big punk rock acts that go the whole nine yards. Mohawks and stud jackets are the usual for them. Yet, Audio Karate is content with a pair of blue jeans and a backstreet boys t-shirt. I have to hand it to them. That takes balls. Still though, there's a clear punk mentality about this band and I like it a lot. They clearly have a serious image that they want to convey.

I was surprised at how nice the production sounded on this Debut. Most I have heard are lacking, but this album is a bar above average. The instruments especially, are done quite well.

I believe we will hear from this band more and more often in time. They have a very dedicated national fanbase that will not dissapoint. There's great things in the future for these dudes. I really like the way they present themselves.

Anyway, if you can find one of Audio Karate's CDs I highly recommend you take the chance and buy it. I think anybody will enjoy their sound. It's very unique and a breathe of fresh air for me personally.
These Guys Are Frickin' Awesome 13 Sept. 2002
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Wow. Audio Karate is my new favorite band. It's amazing how talented these guys are...and that no one has heard of them. They play fast, catchy punk, and the songs aren't catchy to the point of being annoying, either. I love their songs more each time I hear them, not like some bands where the songs get old fast. They're all different, but they all rock.
Their lead guitarist, Jason Camacho, has some sweet solos throughout the CD. And while the vocals of Art Barrios may seem a little different at first, I love the way he sings. I'm not going to give the songs ratings, because I'd give 'em all 10's. I've read some reviews of this CD that just passes them off as another faceless punk band...but believe me, you'll never mistake one of their songs for someone else's. And the reviewers I speak of come from websites/magazines that nobody's ever heard of, and therefore, don't matter.
My favorites: Rosemead (solo 2:35-2:54), Nintendo 89, and Monster In Disguise. And One Day. And Car Ride Home. And T-San. Just the whole CD, I guess. Almost every song has a cool little solo part. Anyway, don't pass up this'll be missing out on some really great stuff.
AMAZING! 4 Feb. 2004
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This CD demonstrates everything a fantastic debut album should. The lyrics are catchy and the singer's voice is unlike anyone else's, and the music shows so much raw talent that only a complete moron would be able to deny it. Finally!, guitarists who realize there's a lot more to music than power chords. I've listened to this CD about a million times, and it is still easily in my top five CDs of all time. The only place Audio Karate has to go is up! So haters bow down, and everyone else be on the look out.
Fun Stuff 7 Jan. 2005
By hogman - Published on
Format: Audio CD
If you like your pop-punk in the style of Simple Plan, then this album is for you--if not, then don't buy it. In fact, the lead singer sounds alot like Simple Plan's! I prefer this CD to their second (Lady Melody)--there seems to be much more screaming and hardcore riffs (less on the melodic side [some irony there]) on Lady Melody. But that's what I prefer. If your tastes go the other way, then Lady Melody would probably be your cup of tea. Whichever one you choose, I think you'll like their sound.
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