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I Farm


Go Kart 119

Released on March 21, 2006


I Farm was formed in a tank of the Nanotech Labratories of the Material Science building at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. Though they claim to have been formed in late 1994 the truth is that they began performing in 1993. (The ruse existing to explain away their youthful good looks) Combining melody and technical prowess with the raw power of punk and metal, I Farm have been a consistent presence in the DIY scenes of North America and Europe, delighting audiences, confounding critics, and spreading their uniqu melencholy humanism where it is most needed. A band of long-standing reputation I Farm has toured/played with the likes of (Mastadon, All, Plow United, Dysrythmia, The Thumbs, American Steel, FYP/Toys That Kill, The Fleshies, OCC, Leather Face, Dillinger 4, Queers, Propaghandi, Lifetime, Removal, Mile Marker, the list keeps going) and look with disgust upon the failed ranks of broken bands. I Farm's latest released, appropriately tittled I Farm IV, is packed with enough twist, turns, melody, and speed to keep you guessing, while creating new pathways of thought to worlds only I Farm can conjure...Their second Go-Kart release (following 2003's "Lying To Be Popular") and 3rd record, recorded and produced at The Blasting Room, in Ft.Collins.CO, by Jason Livermore an Bill Stevenson of (The Descendents, ALL, and Black Flag). I Farm IV also welcomes a new warrior to the mission, John Meredith of Someday I. I Farm has come full circle in the last decade. Stripped back down to a three piece, stronger than ever and ready to kill! I Farm plan to support this release with a tour of Europe, North American, and Japan.

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1 Hung By The Bootstraps  0%
2 G Samsu  0%
3 To Lose Tourette's  0%
4 Land Of The Lost  0%
5 I Hit My Head  0%
6 Rayuela  0%
7 Gurus  0%
8 Dolphin Fight  0%
9 Doomed  0%
10 Irrational Number  0%
11 My Revenge  0%
12 Syntax Error  0%
13 This Is Not A Test  0%
14 Knucklehead  0%
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Christian from Viera, FL 
May 15 2006 Rating: 1/5 Stars

I've really enjoyed I Farm over the years, so I was really anxious about this new CD. I don't know if I've ever been more let down as with this album. They've turned the pace down A LOT, and it's just not the I Farm that has come out since their inception. You're better off burning a copy off a friend as much as I'm against that, but actually you're better off literally burning your friend's copy.

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