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  • FU MANCHU 'Fu30 Pt. 2 / Pt. 3' 2x10

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    FU MANCHU 'Fu30 Pt. 2 / Pt. 3' 2x10" Bundle

    £19.99

    Bundle including 2x 10" Fu30 Pt. 2 / Pt. 3.
    You get Pt.2 for £5.


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  • Fu Manchu 'Fu30, Pt. 3' Vinyl 10

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    Fu Manchu 'Fu30, Pt. 3' Vinyl 10" - Purple

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    The third and final installment in Fu Manchu’s 30th Anniversary vinyl 10” series, Fu30, Pt.3, includes 2 new original Fu Manchu songs, as well as a cover of The Plimsouls’ “A Million Miles Away,” featuring Clutch’s Neil Fallon on vocals.

    This is the final edition in this 10” series, making a total of 30” of new Fu Manchu music for the Fu30 anniversary. Each release included 2 new original compositions and a newly recorded cover. Like the band’s most recent album, Clone Of The Universe, Fu30, Pt. 1 and Fu30, Pt. 2, Fu30, Pt. 3 was recorded at The Racket Room in Santa Ana, California by Jim Monroe (Adolescents, Ignite) and co-produced with Fu Manchu.

    This limited edition 2,500 unit run is pressed on purple vinyl at 45 RPM for maximum heaviness with a package design that pays homage to the cover of The Plimsouls’ original single, which was popularized in 1983’s Valley Girl.

    Tracklisting: 
    1. Over Blower 
    2. Orb
    3. A Million Miles Away

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  • Fu Manchu 'No One Rides For Free'

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    Fu Manchu 'No One Rides For Free'

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    Fu Manchu 'No One Rides For Free'

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    The fourth release in Fu Manchu's 30th Anniversary vinyl reissue series, No One Rides For Free, is a new vinyl specific remaster of the band's debut album. These songs are the only recordings of the band's line-up of Scott Hill (vocals/guitar), Mark Abshire (bass), Eddie Glass (guitar) and Ruben Romano (drums).

    The 8 song collection was recorded on April 16 and 17, 1993 at Sandbox Studios in Los Angeles, produced by the band along with Brant Bjork. This reissue was remastered by Carl Saff for optimum fidelity.

    This limited edition 1,000 unit LP run is pressed on white vinyl with black splatter and includes an exclusive white 7" with red splatter that features 2 never before released live performances of "Time To Fly" and "Ojo Rojo" recorded on June 26, 1993 at in Pomona, CA.
    The newly designed gatefold package includes never before seen photos of the band and flyers from the shows of the era.

    Vinyl LP Tracklisting:
    1. Time To Fly
    2. Ojo Rojo
    3. Show And Shine
    4. Mega-Bumpers
    5. Free And Easy (Summer Girls)
    6. Superbird
    7. Shine It On
    8. Snakebellies

    7" Tracklisting:
    1. Time To Fly
    2. Ojo Rojo
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  • Fu Manchu 'Fu30, Pt. 2' Vinyl 10

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    Fu Manchu 'Fu30, Pt. 2' Vinyl 10" - Neon Pink

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    The second installment in Fu Manchu's 30th Anniversary vinyl 10" series, Fu30, Pt.2, includes 2 new original Fu Manchu songs, as well as a cover of Surf Punks' "My Wave."

    The band will be releasing 1 more edition in this 10" series, making a total of 30" of new Fu Manchu music for the Fu30 anniversary. Each release includes 2 new original compositions and a newly recorded cover. Like the band's most recent album, Clone Of The Universe, and Fu30, Pt. 1, Fu30, Pt. 2 was recorded at The Racket Room in Santa Ana, California by Jim Monroe (Adolescents, Ignite) and co-produced with Fu Manchu.

    This limited edition 2,500 unit run is pressed on pink neon vinyl at 45 RPM for maximum heaviness with a package design that pays homage to the cover of Surf Punk's original single.

    Tracklisting:
    1. Strange Plan
    2. Low Road
    3. My Wave
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  • Fu Manchu 'A Look Back - Dogtown & Z-Boys'

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    Fu Manchu 'A Look Back - Dogtown & Z-Boys'

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    A Look Back - DogTown & Z-Boys is the first short documentary by legendary artist/photographer Glen E. Friedman.

    The film looks back on an essential period in the history of skateboarding, but more directly on how the original award winning documentary affected the original surviving members of that influential team (Tony Alva, Stacy Peralta, Peggy Oki, Wentzle Ruml and others) and what they thought about the original film itself, 20 years after its release.

    Fu Manchu provided the entire soundtrack for the film with the songs personally curated by Glen E. Friedman. This official soundtrack recording release features all 9 tracks featured in the film in the order that they appear.

    The music spans the band’s entire career from “Free And Easy (Summer Girls)” from the band’s 1994 debut album, No One Rides For Free, to “Il Mostro Atomico” featuring Alex Lifeson of Rush, from their most recent full length album, Clone Of The Universe.

    This is the only release from the band that features two instrumentals: “Out To Sea” from 2004’s Start The Machine and “Hanglider,” which was originally released on the Japanese version of 2000’s King Of The Road.

    This limited edition double LP run is pressed on one purple and one green vinyl and features an etching from legendary skater, Lance Mountain. The gatefold jacket features rare photos from Glen E. Friedman including an incredible shot of the late Jay Adams across the inside. All tracks were remastered specifically for this vinyl release.

    The limited edition 1,000 unit CD run also features the same photos and a digital specific remaster.

    Tracklisting:
    1.Trapeze Freak
    2.Travel Agent
    3.Hanglider
    4.Mongoose
    5.Out To Sea
    6.The Last Question
    7.Tilt
    8.Free And Easy (Summer Girls)
    9.Il Mostro Atomico
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  • Fu Manchu 'Return To Earth'

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    Fu Manchu 'Return To Earth'

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    The third release in Fu Manchu's 30th Anniversary vinyl reissue series, Return To Earth 91-93 Deluxe Edition, is the first ever update to this legendary compilation of the band's earliest singles.

    These songs are the only ones recorded with the band's original lead guitarist, Scott Votaw, as well as the only ones recorded as a three piece of the original core line-up of Scott Hill (vocals/guitar), Mark Abshire (bass) and Ruben Romano (drums).

    Return To Earth 91-93 Deluxe Edition features the 9 songs from the original release including the first version of fan favorite, 'Ojo Rojo,' plus 2 newly discovered tracks that have never been heard before: 'Ford-Natic' and an early version of 'Shine It On,' which was later re-recorded for their debut album.

    All songs were remixed by Scott Hill along with the band's current producing partner, Jim Monroe (Adolescents, Channel 3, Ignite) and remastered by Carl Saff for optimum fidelity.

    This limited edition 2,000 unit LP run is pressed on neon purple vinyl and the newly designed gatefold package includes never before seen photos of the band and flyers from their early shows.

    The limited edition 1,000 unit CD run also features the updated art and a digital specific remaster.

    Tracklisting:
    1. Don't Bother Knockin'(If This Van's Rockin')
    2. Ford-Natic
    3. El Don
    4. Pick-Up Summer
    5. Ojo Rojo
    6. Pinbuster
    7. Senioritis
    8. Shine It On
    9. Simco
    10. Space Sucker
    11. Vankhana (Rollin'Rooms)
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  • Fu Manchu 'The Action Is Go! Deluxe Edition' Vinyl 2xLP Green/Blue + Vinyl 7

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    Fu Manchu 'The Action Is Go! Deluxe Edition' Vinyl 2xLP Green/Blue + Vinyl 7" Clear Sparkle

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    The second release in Fu Manchu's 30th Anniversary vinyl reissue series, The Action Is Go Deluxe Edition, celebrates the band's 4th album and debut of guitarist Bob Balch and drummer Brant Bjork, which was originally released on 7 October, 1997.

    Produced by White Zombie's J. Yuenger and recorded at the legendary Sound City Studios and also at Grandmaster Studios in Los Angeles, California, The Action Is Go is considered a classic of the '90s and a pillar for the "stoner rock" movement.

    Highlights include the lead single "Evil Eye", which was featured on the soundtrack for Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 and is included on the reissued version released 4 September 2020 alongside live staples "Grendel, Snowman,' 'Hogwash' and 'Saturn III'.

    This limited edition 1,000 unit double LP run is cut at 45 RPM for maximum heaviness and the gatefold package design includes never before seen photos of the band.

    Also included is a bonus Sparkle vinyl 7' of 'Swami's Last Command' and an alternate version of 'Module Overload' recorded during The Action Is Go album sessions, both of which were previously only available on the European pressing of the original album.

    Both the LP and 7' feature newly remastered audio for optimum fidelity.

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  • Fu Manchu 'Fu30, Pt. 1' Vinyl 10

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    Fu Manchu 'Fu30, Pt. 1' Vinyl 10" - Translucent Orange

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    The first installment in Fu Manchu's 30th Anniversary vinyl 10' series, Fu30, Pt.1, includes 2 new original Fu Manchu songs, as well as a cover of The Doobie Brothers''Takin'It To The Streets.'

    The band will be releasing 2 more editions in this 10' series over this year making a total of 30' of new Fu Manchu music for the Fu30 anniversary. Each release will include 2 new original compositions and a newly recorded cover.

    Like the band's most recent album, Clone Of The Universe, Fu30, Pt. 1 was recorded at The Racket Room in Santa Ana, California by Jim Monroe (Adolescents, Ignite) and co-produced with Fu Manchu.

    This limited edition 2000 unit run is pressed on translucent orange sunshine vinyl at 45 RPM for maximum heaviness with a package design that pays homage to the cover of the Doobie Brother's original single.

    Tracklisting:
    1. Time Is Going On
    2. As You Crawl
    3. Takin'It To The Streets

    Release Date: 24/04/2020
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  • Fu Manchu 'In Search Of... Deluxe Edition' Vinyl LP - Red with white splatter LP White Red Splatter 7”

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    Fu Manchu 'In Search Of... Deluxe Edition' Vinyl LP - Red with white splatter LP White Red Splatter 7”

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    Release Date: 01/12/2023

    Fu Manchu – In Search Of…Deluxe Edition Vinyl LP Red and White Splatter LP with bonus Red and Black Splatter 7.”

    This is a new pressing of the first release in Fu Manchu’s 30th Anniversary vinyl reissue series, In Search Of…Deluxe Edition, which celebrates the band’s 3rd album and major label debut, which was originally release on February 27, 1996.

    Recorded at Grandmaster Studios in Hollywood, California by the band and Brian Jenkins (Kyuss, Screaming Trees), In Search Of… is a pillar for the “stoner rock” movement.

    Highlights include the lead single, “Asphalt Risin’,” “Redline” and fan favorite, “Cyclone Launch.”

    This limited edition run is in a gatefold package with never before seen photos of the band. Also included is a bonus red/black splatter 7” of “Chevy Van” (a Sammy Johns cover that was previously only available on the Japanese pressing of the original album) b/w a 1995 Demo version of “Redline.”

    Both the LP and 7” were remastered in 2020. Tracklist: Regal Begal, Missing Link, Asphalt Risin’, Neptune’s Convoy, Redline, Cyclone Launch, Strato-Streak, Sold Hex, The Falcon Has Landed, Seahag, The Bargain, Supershooter.


    Tracklisting:
    1. Regal Begal
    2. Missing Link
    3. Asphalt Risin'
    4. Neptune's Convoy
    5. Redline
    6. Cyclone Launch
    7. Strato-Streak
    8. Solid Hex
    9. The Falcon Has Landed
    10. Seahag
    11. The Bargain
    12. Supershooter

    7” Tracklisting:
    1.Chevy Van”
    2.Redline (1995 Demo)

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  • Fu Manchu 'Live At Roadburn 2003'

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    Fu Manchu 'Live At Roadburn 2003'

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    Release Date: 01/12/2023

    At The Dojo Records will be releasing Fu Manchu's complete incendiary performance at the 2003 edition of the Roadburn Festival Netherlands on limited edition LP and CD.

    The band recently unearthed the original professional recordings that were taken direct from the soundboard and had them specifically mastered for this release.

    Scott Hill, lead vocals/guitar of Fu Manchu comments: "Playing Roadburn back in 2003 was a blast! It was the year before we put out "Start The Machine' and we played a couple of songs from it live for the first time on that tour.

    One of the songs that's on this live record, 'I Wanna Be,' is a different arrangement than what ended up on the final studio release. We're stoked that the show was recorded and that people will get to hear it.

    Always a good time playing at Roadburn!"

    This is a legendary Fu set including classics 'Squash That Fly,' 'Hell On Wheels,' 'Boogie Van' and 'King Of The Road.'

    Tracklisting:
    1.Squash That Fly
    2.Hell On Wheels
    3.Eatin'Dust  
    4.Laserbl'ast!  
    5.I Wanna Be
    6.Boogie Van  
    7.King Of The Road
    8.Written In Stone  
    9.Saturn III

    Release Date: 29/11/2019
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  • Fu Manchu 'Start The Machine'

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    Fu Manchu 'Start The Machine'

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    Fu Manchu's 8th album, Start The Machine, was originally released on 14 September, 2004. Until now, it is the only album from the legendary band that has never been issued on vinyl.

    To celebrate the 15th anniversary of this classic, At The Dojo Records will remedy that with a newly remastered debut vinyl release. Also included is a bonus picture flexi 7" of Written In Stone performed live at Roadburn Festival 2003, one year prior to the song's studio version release on this album.

    This 3,000 unit run is pressed on neon green/black splatter vinyl and the gatefold package design includes never before seen photos of the band.

    Start The Machine features Written In Stone, Hey (as featured on the television series, Sons Of Anarchy and crowd favorites Make Them Believe and Today's Too Soon. This is the recording debut of drummer Scott Reeder, formerly of Smile.

    The CD version of this album is also newly remastered for maximum fidelity.

    One of Fu's tightest albums in years - Pop Matters

    Invariably tight, immediate and groovy, pulsing sonic hot rods like Written In Stone,? Open Your Eyes? and I Wanna Be? dominate an LP that was clearly meant to be heard on vinyl? - AllMusic.com

    Tracklisting:
    1. Written in Stone
    2. I Can't Hear You
    3. Understand
    4. Make Them Believe
    5. Hey
    6. I'm Gettin' Away
    7. Out to Sea
    8. Open Your Eyes
    9. Today's Too Soon
    10. It's All the Same
    11. Tunnel Vision
    12. I Wanna Be

    Picture disc flexi 7":
    1. Written In Stone

    Release Date: 13/09/2019

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  • Fu Manchu 'Godzilla

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    Fu Manchu 'Godzilla"s/Eatin" Dust +4'

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    Godzilla's/Eatin'Dust is the most popular release in Fu Manchu's 29 year recorded history. It is the combination of what were originally 2 distinct 10' releases: Godzilla (1997) and Eatin'Dust (1999).

    Last year, Scott Hill (vocals/guitar) found the original tapes from the Godzilla recording sessions produced by Josh Homme (Queens Of The Stone Age/Kyuss) and unearthed a secret that had been in his garage since 1996...The band had recorded 4 songs that had never been released.

    These extra songs are early versions of "Grendel, Snowman," "Strolling Astronomer" and "Urethane' (whose final versions appeared on 1997's The Action Is Go) and a cover of Thin Lizzy's "Jailbreak" (which is a different version than the one which was released on 7' in 1998).

    The songs line up perfectly with the original tracklist, which includes the band's crowd pleasing cover of Blue Oyster Cult's 'Godzilla' and fan favorites 'Eatin'Dust' and 'Mongoose' (which was featured in a Super Bowl commercial for Toyota and included in the TV series 'Sons Of Anarchy' and the films 'Boondock Saints II' and 'The Hot Chick').

    Tracklisting:
    1. Eatin'Dust
    2. Shift Kicker
    3. Orbiter
    4. Mongoose
    5. Pigeon Toe
    6. Module Overload
    7. Living Legend
    8. Godzilla
    9. Grendel, Snowman
    10. Strolling Astronomer
    11. Urethane
    12. Jailbreak
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  • Fu Manchu 'Clone Of The Universe' - Cargo Records UK

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    Fu Manchu 'Clone Of The Universe'

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    Southern Californian hard-rock legends FU MANCHU have announced plans to release their 12th studio album, Clone of the Universe, on February 9th, The upcoming record will be their first in 4 years, following the 2014 release of Gigantoid. In addition to the album news, FU MANCHU has also announced a world tour in support of the record.

    Clone Of The Universe marks a new chapter for the 'fuzz rock' pioneers as they mix the straight ahead blistering rock with the unexpected time shifts, featuring tracks like the roaring cuts 'Don't Panic' and '(I've Been) Hexed' and the dynamically complex 'Clone of the Universe' and 'Slower Than Light.' The centerpiece of the album is 'IL Mostro Atomico,' an 18 minute 8 second, side long epic featuring a special guest performance by Alex Lifeson, guitarist and songwriter of the legendary band RUSH.

    Heavier than anything they've ever done and broken into 4 distinct sections, it's new ground for a band that's been pushing the boundaries of 'fuzz and wah' since its formation in 1990.The band will be playing 2 album release shows in Southern California before hitting the road in Europe in March of 2018 and returning to the US in May of 2018. Additional 2018 shows will be announced in the coming months.

    'We are excited to get out and play this stuff, especially 'Il Mostro Atomico,' says founding guitarist, Scott Hill. 'We think it's some the strongest music we've ever done. We really love the overall sound of the album and having Alex (Lifeson) play on it is just incredible. It gives it that special validation for the idea that we had to try something like a side long song.'

    The album was recorded and produced by FU MANCHU and Jim Monroe at The Racket Room in Santa Ana, CA with additional recording by Andrew Giacumakis at SUSSTUDIO in Simi Valley CA and will be released worldwide for streaming and on vinyl and CD on the band's own AT THE DOJO RECORDS.

    FU MANCHU is Scott Hill (vocals, guitar) Bob Balch (Guitars), Brad Davis (Bass) and Scott Reeder (Drums and Percussion).

    Tracklisting:
    1. Intelligent Worship
    2. (I've Been) Hexed
    3. Don't Panic
    4. Slower Than Light
    5. Nowhere Left To Hide
    6. Clone Of The Universe
    7. IL Mostro Atomico

    Release Date: 09/02/2018
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  • Fu Manchu 'California Crossing' Vinyl 3xLP Yellow/Blue/Red - Cargo Records UK

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    Fu Manchu 'California Crossing' Vinyl 3xLP Yellow/Blue/Red

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    Specially remastered for vinyl, triple album comprehensive reissue in a gatefold sleeve.

    The first LP has never been previously released and is comprised of the original demos that were written for this album. The songs "Foot Down and Low", "Go For It" and "The Answer Lies" have never been re-recorded or released on any subsequent album.

    LP2 is the pre-production demo version of the entire original album, including "Planet Of The Ape Hangers," which was only released on the Japanese version of the album.

    The third LP is the 2002 Mammoth Records album newly remastered specifically for this vinyl only release.

    Tracklisting:
    Disc 1:
    1. Separate Kingdom
    2. Hang On
    3. Foot Down And Low
    4. Ampin'
    5. Go For It
    6. Planet Of The Ape Hangers
    7. Bultaco
    8. The Answer Lies
    9. Wiz Kid

    Disc 2:
    1. Separate Kingdom
    2. California Crossing
    3. Mongoose
    4. Thinkin' Out Loud
    5. Hang On
    6. Wiz Kid
    7. Squash That Fly
    8. Ampin'
    9. Downtown In Dogtown
    10. Bultaco
    11. Planet Of The Ape Hangers
    12. The Wasteoid

    Disc 3:
    1. Separate Kingdom
    2. Hang On
    3. Mongoose
    4. Thinkin' Out Loud
    5. California Crossing
    6. Wiz Kid
    7. Squash That Fly
    8. Ampin'
    9. Bultaco
    10. Downtown In Dogtown
    11. The Wasteoid
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  • Fu Manchu 'Slow Ride/Future Transmitter' - Cargo Records UK

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    Fu Manchu brings their unique style to the Foghat classic. This cover is backed with the first new Fu song in 2 years. To be sold at the mighty Fu's show at the Viper Rooms Hollywood on the 12th of August.
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  • Fu Manchu 'King Of The Road' - Cargo Records UK

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    Fu Manchu 'King Of The Road' Vinyl 2xLP - Transparent Green

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    RE-ISSUE OF CLASSIC FU! NOW ON TRANSPARENT GREEN VINYL!

    After a bit of a break from albums, not counting the Return to Earth singles compilation, Fu Manchu fully fired up and took off again with King of the Road, an album that doesn't so much follow on from The Action Is Go as flat out continue it.

    Hill has a touch more bite to his vocals this time around, but otherwise there's little to differentiate the two records -- and that's very much meant as a compliment. With plenty of touring and other things under their belts, the lineup has fully jelled and sounds it, Bjork's bad-ass drumming (and occasional cowbells, of course) and Balch's insane lead guitar crunch possibly even better than ever.

    Together it's all one megariff and nasty, slamming rhythm after another, and face it, anyone expecting anything else from Fu Manchu really needs to find another band. Joe Barresi co-produces with the band, and while there's no extra keyboard/organ weirdness this time around, it hardly matters.

    In as much as there's a theme to King of the Road beyond the basics of driving, drugs, and that demon rock & roll, it's driving -- there's a reason why the cover and internal art features a slew of great '70s-era photos from a massive van rally.

    The one shot of the fully leather-covered interior of one mobile love nest, complete with black curtains, about says it all. Then there's the megachugging title track ("King of the road says you move too slow!"), "Hell on Wheels," "Boogie Van," and so forth -- call it a concept album that doesn't waste time with elves and yogis.

    As with the last album, a punk/new wave nugget gets the cover treatment here -- none other than Devo's "Freedom of Choice." Needless to say, now it sounds just like a Fu Manchu original.

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  • Fu Manchu 'Kept Between Trees' - Cargo Records UK

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    Reissue of the first 3 song 7" + 1 unreleased from 1990.

    These were songs that were a transformation from their hardcore/punk band - Virulence, that started in 1985.

    'we were listening to a lot of Melvins , laughing hyenas, TAD, GORE, Swans early White Zombie' - Scott Hill.

    The song "blowtorch" was recorded at that same 1990 session but never released. - ¦.

    Extra track featured on download card " flashin' " was recorded as a demo a few months after the self titled recording in 1990...and is also unreleased.

    Tracklisting:
    1. Kept Between Trees
    2. Bouillabaisse
    3. Jr High School Ring (7 karat)
    4. Blowtorch
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  • Fu Manchu 'Daredevil (Remastered)' - Cargo Records UK

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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 celebrated names. The band released its first single 'Kept Between Trees' in 1990 and in the years following, helped give rise to a celebrated style of heavy music tagged 'stoner rock' alongside peers such as Kyuss, Monster Magnet and Sleep.

    Since its inception, the quartet has built itself a fanatical army of loyal enthusiasts all drawn to the group's ridiculously catchy, unpretentious music, guitar-driven sound and carefree lyrics centered on 'old muscle cars, choppers, vans, skateboarding and science fiction' 'Daredevil' was originally released on the now defunct Bongload label, followed up by a re-issue on Cargo's own Sweet Nothing Records and now gets a digitally remastered re-issue on the bands own label At The Dojo.

    Tracklisting:
    1. Trapeze Freak
    2. Tilt
    3. Gathering Speed
    4. Coyote Duster
    5. Travel Agent
    6. Sleestak
    7. Space Farm
    8. Lug
    9. Egor
    10. Wurkin'
    11. Push Button Magic

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