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The Routes- Do What’s Right By Now 7” ~KILLER!

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The Routes- Do What’s Right By Now 7”. There’s a huge number of great bands in Japan right now and one of the best is The Routes. I’ve always thought that one of The Routes strongest points is that they put 100 percent heart and soul into each song and these two songs are no exception. This 7” is freaked-out 100 mph fuzz garage and executed with more than the usual amount of frenzied guitar attack. This 7” bleeds all over the place! The guitars are raw and primitive, the vocals are scratchy and the drummer is a beast. These guys clearly know how to play, as well, as the songs are just so fuckin’ tight. And on top of that, both of these songs just totally rip.  Another two song banger from one of Japan’s finest. Recommended.  Import from the UK.

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