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ROCK: Zoo Bombs 

Tokyo's tenacious trash-rock sensation Zoo Bombs is one of those bands put on this earth to remind us which elements of rock 'n' roll are essential, and which are not. Since 1994, this band has excised all the fat and fluff from rock music, concentrating on the raw heat and primal scream. You know how you have to spin a Blues Explosion or Screamin' Jay Hawkins Record every now and then to remind and rewind? Well, you can add this band to your list of drugs. It's Japanese rock 'n' roll with shake appeal and savage soul from a time when monsters with DA's roamed the earth, corrupting our youth, and dancing with our women. Humorous hip-hop duo Garden Fresh gets the ball rolling along with B.C. Likes You.

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