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They may be too niche a band to be of interest to many people, but for those who like them, HMV are selling the Fugazi re-masters (re-mastered from the original master tapes) for £6.99 a pop.
I got 'In On The Kill Taker' yesterday, and it sounds great.
Yes, it's a great sound, isn't it?
I've got the vinyl from first time round and it's a fairly regular spin. Great stuff.
Along similar lines, my Husker Du vinyl collection is also oft-played when I need a solid blast of guitars flecked with melody. Bob Mould's solo & Sugar albums sound fantastic on vinyl too. Thick strands of lovely guitars (and on Workbook, cellos too).
yea i found out about the band, and the album.. and the various meanings of "fugazi", and the author "mark baker" who used the term in his book "nam". but i was looking for the words in the context of a movie, so hit a blank..
i know, i wrongly assumed it was, the phrase sounded like something an italian american mobster who's mistakingly being taken for a "fugazi" might plead before someone put a cap in him and his buddys a****. given that one meaning for fugazi is of a "fake"..