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Shonen Knife – Burning Farm

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Shonen Knife – Burning Farm



Wikipedia (September 2011) – Shonen Knife, which transliterates as Shonen Naifu, literally “Boy Knife,” is an all-female Japanese pop-punk band formed in Osaka, Japan, in 1981. Heavily influenced by 1960s girl groups, pop bands, The Beach Boys, and early punk rock acts, such as the Ramones, the trio crafts stripped-down songs expressing infectious melodies and simplistic, exuberant lyrics sung both in Japanese and English.
Despite their pop-oriented nature, the trio maintains a distinctly underground garage rock sound rooted in edgy instrumentation and D.I.Y. aesthetics, which over the course of their long career has earned them a solid, worldwide cult following and made avid fans out of seminal ’90s alternative rock acts such as Sonic Youth, Nirvana, and Redd Kross. The band has been credited with making “the international pop underground more international” by “opening it up to bands from Japan”. They have also performed as a Ramones tribute band under the name The Osaka Ramones.

Parallel Woman
Twist Barbie
Elephant Pao Pao
Tortoise Brand Pot Cleaner’s Theme
Animal Song
A Day At The Factory
Burning Farm
Parrot Polynesia
Watchin’ Girl
Banana Fish
Watchin’ Girl (Live Bonus Track)
Twist Barbie (Live Bonus Track)



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Weight 0.45 oz