Loudness and Mudhoney, Jonny Manak & the Depressives, and Happy Fangs
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In a Nutshell
Two very different rock legends take the stage in back-to-back concerts: Japanese heavy-metal rockers Loudness and grunge icons Mudhoney
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$14 for one general-admission ticket to see Loudness (up to $25.11 value)
$11 for one general-admission ticket to see Mudhoney (up to $21 value)
Live-Loud-Alive: Loudness’s 1983 live, loud, not-actually-sentient record that first snagged the attention of listeners outside their native Japan
Thunder in the East: the 1985 album that sent Loudness crashing on the shores and eardrums of the U.S.
The source of the volume: Akira Takasaki, whose playing AllMusic.com described as “Eddie Van Halen–inspired guitar heroics,” and drummer Munetaka Higuchi, whose raucous pounding sets the pace
Their impact: they were the first Japanese heavy-metal act to be signed to a major US label and they released more than 26 albums over their career
Check out: The Law of Devil’s Land if you can find it (it can be hard for western listeners to track down) and Thunder in the East if you can’t
Also appearing: Ikki Crane | Roswell | Thadeus Gonzales
Who they are: grunge groundbreakers, indie-rock icons, and the band that cleared the way for Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and countless others
Who they were: young punkrockers who just wanted to play music. They tried their luck in several bands before one finally stuck.
Why they’re named what they’re named: they took it from a Russ Meyer movie none of them had ever seen
Their first record to make waves: the EP Superfuzz Bigmuff, which first caught fire in the U.K. before crossing back over the pond
Check out: their sneering 1995 triumph, My Brother the Cow
Also performing: Jonny Manak & the Depressives | Happy Fangs