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Furniture

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Furniture
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Number 5
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Hello Morning
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Total Tracks: 3   Total Length: 8:50

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Fugazi's Lost EP

RinjoNjori

The only person who really just discovered this lost E.P. is me, myself and I. Recently I have had a jones for Ian, Guy, Brendan, and Joe. I am not clamouring for a reunion, but merely just want to go back for a little taste of a band that I considered one of the best post punk bands of the late 80's. see the rest at http://anothersunnydayinpop.blogspot.com/2007/03/fugazis-lost-ep.html

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By Joe Gross, Contributor

"Beautiful, funny people. Generous to and respectful of the people they work with. Inspirational in a lot of ways. Maybe the best band." - Steve Albini on Fugazi From their first public performances in 1987 to the start of their indefinite hiatus in 2002, Fugazi kept every promise they ever made. The D.C. supergroup - Dischord Records co-founder and Minor Threat frontman Ian MacKaye on guitar and vocals, singer/guitarist Guy Picciotto and drummer Brendan Canty, both… more »

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Icon: Fugazi

By Joe Gross, Contributor

"Beautiful, funny people. Generous to and respectful of the people they work with. Inspirational in a lot of ways. Maybe the best band." - Steve Albini on Fugazi From their first public performances in 1987 to the start of their indefinite hiatus in 2002, Fugazi kept every promise they ever made. The D.C. supergroup - Dischord Records co-founder and Minor Threat frontman Ian MacKaye on guitar and vocals, singer/guitarist Guy Picciotto and drummer Brendan Canty, both… more »

They Say All Music Guide

Released in conjunction with Argument, Furniture is a three-song EP putting together older tracks that had yet to be put on disc. Running with similar consistency to the 3 Songs EP that preceded Repeater, these older songs still sound fresh. “Furniture,” with its trademark Ian MacKaye call-response vocal, would have been quite comfortable on either of the first two EPs. The Guy Picciotto-led “Hello Morning” is reminiscent of “Break-In,” while the driving instrumental second track, “Number 5,” is scorching. Thankfully kept separate from the very different Argument, this should be heard by any Fugazi fan, no matter what time of the band they consider the best. – Chris True

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