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  1. Mar 19,  · Hailing from the one-time independent music capital of North America, Olympia, Washington, Karp (which was an acronym for Kill All Redneck Pricks) were seemingly an anomaly in a city that was known for birthing the riot grrl movement, briefly housing pre-fame Nirvana (most of Nevermind was written there), and the birth of independent powerhouse, K Records.
  2. Mar 12,  · Following a tour of Japan, many singles on various labels and a split with New Jersey's Rye Coalition, (Karp clocking in a twelve-minute ditty called "Keep your Hands Off My Cake") their Self Titled LP was released in late
  3. Sep 30,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Self Titled LP on Discogs/5(43).
  4. Jul 01,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Karp - Self Titled LP at Discogs. Complete your Karp collection/5(73).
  5. Karp (? - ) was a rock band from Tumwater, Washington, USA. The members were Chris Smith, Jared Warren, and Scott Jernigan. They released three full length albums "Mustaches Wild", "Suplex", and "Self Titled LP.".
  6. Self Titled LP by KARP, released 1. Bacon Industry 2. Forget The Minions 3. Bastard Of Disguise 4. Octoberfleshed 5. D&D Fantasy 6. We Ate Sand 7. Spelling Trouble 8. J Is For Genius.
  7. Oct 22,  · KARP's final album, Self Titled LP (the CD version is called that as well), is a furious slice of speed sludge. Though they are most often compared to the Melvins, the comparisons more or less end with the vocals, as singer Jared Warren's voice sounds JUST LIKE Buzz Osbourne's/5(11).
  8. KARP destroys. Bigger, heavier and meaner than ever before, they pull no punches on Self-Titled. It's like a bionic-chop to the crotch of the failing American dream. Chocked full of pathos and fear, this album conjures images of cops, gutter-punks, white trash family reunions and the reak of a decaying society.4/5(8).
  9. Literally called "Self Titled LP", this is the band's pinnacle: a big, fat, hyper, super high and buzzed elephant of a heavy metal album that is nonetheless well-honed and precise, quick on its feet and damn funny to boot. "Bacon Industry" opens with a huge and loud riff, boisterous rhythm and patented King Buzzo-style wailing screams.

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