Fu Manchu started off playing live gigs throughout the early 90s and developed a psychedelic grunge rock feel that invariably reminds me of Soundgarden's early days, wonderful stuff. With heavy rock riffs and imperturbable vocals, listening to the shit just makes you feel cool. Drum and bass groove together as they always should and just sound untailoredly mod.

Perfect for sitting around and subsisting that kid that lashes out at conformity just because his parents told him to clean up his room one too many times. But hey, that ain't bad, we all want to be that kid again every so often. That kid's cool, he didn't care about his financial statements or accrued interest, that kid sat around all day smoking weed and partying with his chums every night. That kid had long hair and didn't know what the real world is like, that kid was happy in his pissed off world.

Discography (
1994 No One Rides for Free - Bong Load
1995 Daredevil - Bong Load
1996 In Search Of - Mammoth
1997 Action Is Go - Mammoth
1999 Eatin' Dust - Man's Ruin
1999 Godzilla's Eatin Dust - Man's Ruin
2000 King of the Road - Mammoth

1998 Return to Earth '91-'93 - Elastic
Godzilla/Module Overload EP - Man's Ruin

The band is currently made up of Scott Hill (vocals), Brad Davis (bass, vocals), Bob Balch (guitars), Brant Bjork of Kyuss (drums).