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Flaming Tsunamis

Fear Everything

Kill Normal 12

Released on September 26, 2006

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For nearly 7 years, The Flaming Tsunamis have been unleashing their explosive live show on the unsuspecting public. Playing everything from metal to reggae shows the band never ceases to shatter preconceptions of what a band with a horn section is capable of. Formed in rural Connecticut and starting out as a manic-paced skacore band, the group has since transformed into a much more experimental outfit that uses a framework of modern hardcore/metal to bring in such diverse influences as jazz, grind, ska, reggae, punk and anything else they can think of. FEAR EVERYTHING is the band's latest effort that boasts 12 tracks of sonic chaos that will make you shake your ass then punch yourself in the face.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Ritalin Conspiracy  4%
2 Bird-watching And Vice Versa  10%
3 Corpse Disposal For Dummies  4%
4 Fear Everything  4%
5 The Great Red Cross Robbery Voted #1  15%
6 If You Really Love Me  12%
7 The First Rule...  6%
8 Satan Vs. The United States Of America Voted #3  13%
9 World Of Chaos  9%
10 Bennett Brauer  4%
11 Weaug, Teaug, Peaug (the Powder Of Life) Voted #2  14%
12 Shit Piss Die  5%
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Jonathan from Castleton, VA 
Sep 21 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

As a fellow musician, I have to give mad props to this band. It is quite literally the craziest fusion of music I have ever heard. Personally, ska and metal are my two favorite types of music....I never dreamt of the two genres colliding together in such a fashion. My one complaint is the screaming is a little repetitious in parts, and sounds a bit generic. Regardless, this is possibly one of the best investments I have ever made, you won't be sorry. My favorite track is "the first rule" because of the trombone/trumpet battle. However, I also like The Ritalin Conspiracy, and Fear Everything....I always love a song that rags on society, and Americas indecency as a whole.

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Philippe from MontrĂ©al, PQ Canada 
May 24 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I've bought this record because I liked the front cover... Yeah, I never heard of this band before wasting time on interpunk, well it was an amazing dicovery. It mixes almost everything I like from ska, hardcore and experimental progressive music. It's like a melting pot of Mr.Bungle encounters Suicide Machines. A really good record.

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Joe from Clifton, NJ 
Jan 8 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Um..yeah this album is not for those that lack manliness. You better be a black belt, cowboy, pirate, renegade cop or a demon-slaying vigilante if you want to listen to this stuff and expect to survive the ordeal. If you are a woman, you better have a freaking beard or something or hearing Fear Everything will be the last thing you do. Sent as prophets for Sir Lucifer himself, The Flaming Tsunamis deliver this Epic for mere mortals like ourselves to torture or own weak bodies with the sonic force found in Fear Everything. The story begins with The Ritalin Conspiracy, an upper cut right to the face, but then calms down for a nice jazzy interlude that gives you enough time to wipe the blood from your mouth. Too bad you will be bleeding for a couple hours after you sit through the next 10 songs. You better hold on tight until you have some time to recover in Weaug, Teaug, Peaug. Here you can maybe take a minute to or two to apply pressure to some of the lacerations on your body but then be prepared to endure the most soul crushing part of the album. When this bitch starts picks up again your gonna wish you were never born. The album ends just as you are about to die from blood loss. Lucky you. This shit isn't your happy-go-skanky Reel Big Fish nursery rhyme, oh no, this is the stuff that makes you wonder; What am I doing with my worthless life? It will make you wish you had done something important for mankind before it destroys your weak mortal body. Now go buy some band-aids and aspirin or something and order this album.

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Tj from Marshalltown, IA 
Jul 21 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i'v got to say this is the most interesting blend of music i have ever heard, & i love it. it is the most unique thing out in the music scene today.

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