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Southern California's heavy fuzz rock legends Fu Manchu's tenth studio album "Signs of Infinite Power" reissued on vinyl on April 19th via Svart Records Recorded at Maple Studios in Santa Ana, California by the band and producer Sergio Chavez (Motörhead, Helmet) and mixed by Andrew Alekel (Foo Fighters, Danzig), "Signs of Infinite Power" could well be dubbed "a reawakening" of Fu Manchu as the record delivers monstrous doses of the group's punk energy, hard rock drive and psychedelic crunch in spades. From the instant the album's lead track "Bionic Astronautics" soars from the speakers, it is undeniably evident that Fu Manchu is as primed and hungry as ever before.
Southern California's heavy fuzz rock legends Fu Manchu's tenth studio album "Signs of Infinite Power" reissued on vinyl on April 19th via Svart Records Recorded at Maple Studios in Santa Ana, California by the band and producer Sergio Chavez (Motörhead, Helmet) and mixed by Andrew Alekel (Foo Fighters, Danzig), "Signs of Infinite Power" could well be dubbed "a reawakening" of Fu Manchu as the record delivers monstrous doses of the group's punk energy, hard rock drive and psychedelic crunch in spades. From the instant the album's lead track "Bionic Astronautics" soars from the speakers, it is undeniably evident that Fu Manchu is as primed and hungry as ever before.
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Fu Manchu - Signs Of Infinite Power [Clear Vinyl] (Ylw)

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Format: Vinyl
Label: SVART RECORDS
Rel. Date: 06/14/2024
UPC: 6430080234509

Signs Of Infinite Power [Clear Vinyl] (Ylw)
Artist: Fu Manchu
Format: Vinyl
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Southern California's heavy fuzz rock legends Fu Manchu's tenth studio album "Signs of Infinite Power" reissued on vinyl on April 19th via Svart Records Recorded at Maple Studios in Santa Ana, California by the band and producer Sergio Chavez (Motörhead, Helmet) and mixed by Andrew Alekel (Foo Fighters, Danzig), "Signs of Infinite Power" could well be dubbed "a reawakening" of Fu Manchu as the record delivers monstrous doses of the group's punk energy, hard rock drive and psychedelic crunch in spades. From the instant the album's lead track "Bionic Astronautics" soars from the speakers, it is undeniably evident that Fu Manchu is as primed and hungry as ever before.
        
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