Jesus Camp

by The Strangeness

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"The Strangeness is garage rock; but it isn't young, swarthy Hives or Strokes garage. It's more Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Pete Doherty post-rehab garage; songs written after getting beaten up at the bar for the fifth day in a row... Jesus Camp references more than just pop culture, it goes deeper." - Quark Henares, QLE Awards [Best EPs of 2011]

"The Strangeness, in their debut EP Jesus Camp, is running away with punk rock with the busy rhythms of The Kinks and the reckless abandon of The Ramones. The approximation of lovelorn inebriation in musical form, preferably awash in layers and layers of 90s-style overdrive." - Aldus Santos, Pulse.ph

"Drunk on a dash of middle America and the agony of sobriety, the breezy-riffed schadenfreude of their sloth primes you for a great morning session at Alcoholics Anonymous." - Mara Coson, Esquire Philippines

"[Jesus Camp] does not disappoint... a nice, modest treat for music fans who dig aesthetically similar acts like Mudhoney, The Vaselines, Beat Happening, The Make Up, and other garage/punk/indie rock & rollers who listened obssessively to Lou Reed and/or Iggy Pop." - Jason Caballa, PinoyTuner.com

"A throwback augmented and informed by the in-between of then and now. Probably best not to think about it too much, it's just fucking fun." - Luis Katigbak, The Philippine Star

"The Strangeness is pretty much like bootleg whiskey--you'll get drunk with their sound and end up dancing until you drop to the floor." - Men's Health Magazine

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released 14 October 2011

Produced and Released by Wide Eyed Records Manila
Recorded at Love One Another Studios

The Strangeness are:
Francis Cabal, Bijan Gorospe, Jayme Ancla, Erwin Hilao, Ivan Brosas, and Shinji Manlangit

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The Strangeness Philippines

Fear not, my son, for we have come. We have come with guitars as loud as thunder. We have come with our own message of redemption through, as the great King Khan put it, "Rock n' Roll Decadence". We are here because rock and roll is a dying artform. We are here because we are compelled to be here. This is not just about 'fucking shit up'. This is about fucking shit up and having fun. ... more

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