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  • Artist: Junkyphunk
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479772429
  • Item #: SRD977242
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 5/27/2003
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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'link' is the first universally enjoyed release by this band. People of many backgrounds have found this album to be quintessential music. Finally defining it's own style, Junkyphunk blends alternative, punk, industrial and hard rock into an artistic mold that is second to none. Since it's release, Junkyphunk has had it's first #1 hit ('Sometimes'), continuous internet radio airplay, been voted 'Artist of the Month' (December on MADD radio) and has boasted the most positive response from listeners all over the world. This CD packs punch after punch of power, surprise and awe. Independent music at it's finest and most creative. Why is Junkyphunk becoming one of the most popular underground bands on the scene today? Open your mind to a new idea, and maybe you will understand why more people are tuning in. It's good stuff. Melodic, heavy, intellectual and depraved...and it works. It is great music forming a tapestry of sound which is beautifully aggressive. Junkyphunk is not trying to gain mass approval. It knows that is a 'here today, gone tomorrow' approach. The weird thing is that Junkyphunk IS gaining mass approval. The man behind Junkyphunk, Philip Lee, is a man torn between the need to foster life and understanding and the need to destroy it all. ----------------- Recent Reviews: 'Holy crap! You guys sound like a hurt cat! And it's not punk. Hard Rock. But after listening to it, unfortunately, I liked it in a way. It was a like-hate kinda thing. So i liked it, but i hated it at the same time. OK i've been sitting here for a while after it got done, listening to it again, and it's very, very catchy. I love it.' 'Awesome aggresive vocals. But what adds that little extra touch to this amazing stuff is the syntheziser. Hard and beefy production with a drum machine(?) that works great! Original and AWESOME!!' -garageband.com listeners '...demonstrates a great development of ideas and layers of juxtaposed elements..is as melancholy and heavy as anything you'll hear on the local hard-rock station.' - Dave Madden, SpendidEzine.