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F**ked Up

While Canadian punk provocateurs F**ked Up play aggressive and incendiary music, that's hardly where their desire to stir up trouble begins and ends. The group strays far from the standard template of four-four punk stomp, incorporating extended instrumental workouts, unusual arrangements, and lengthy experimental passages along with the furious guitars and ranting vocals. While F**ked Up have paid homage on record to pioneering anarchist movements and creative and political troublemakers of all stripes, they've also flirted with fascist images and obscure mysticism in a bid to puzzle and confront their audiences. And despite their fondness for lengthy musical statements, F**ked Up waited until four years into their recording career to record a full-length album.

F**ked Up formed in Toronto, Ontario, in 2001; the group members, who used pseudonyms as well as their real names, were Damian Abraham (aka Pink Eyes and Father Damien) on lead vocals, Mike Haliechuk (aka 10,000 Marbles) on lead guitar, Josh Zucker (aka Concentration Camp and Gulag) on rhythm guitar, Sandy Miranda (aka Mustard Gas) on bass, and Jonah Falco (aka Mr. Jo and Guinea Beat) on drums. In 2002, the band released its first record, a vinyl 7" called No Parasan distributed by Deranged Records. Over the next four years, F**ked Up would release a steady stream of singles, EPs, and cassettes, most notably the infamous Looking for Gold vinyl 12", which featured the epic-length title song (which incorporates massive guitar overdubs, extended drum solos, and a whistled coda); rather than deal with the expense of the EP's elaborate package, the band opted to post the record online rather than go into a third pressing.

F**ked Up's purposefully obscure and cryptic lyrical concerns led some music journalists to suggest the band was playing a bit too lightly with fascist ideology, an accusation the group seemed to cite when it featured a photo of a Hitler Youth rally on the sleeve of a split single with Haymaker. (The bandmembers also frequently cited their manager David Eliade as a key lyrical influence, but if he's an actual Malcolm McLaren-style Svengali or a fictional creation in the manner of Randy Fitzsimmons is anyone's guess.)

In 2006, F**ked Up released their much-anticipated full-length album, Hidden World, through Jade Tree, a musically ambitious collection that featured 13 songs in 72 minutes, though its release didn't stop their ongoing parade of singles and EPs, eight of which appeared the same year as the album. By 2008, the band had accumulated nearly 40 records to its name, mostly limited vinyl singles, and a third guitarist had been added to the lineup, going by the name of Young Governor, L'il Bitey, and/or Bad Kid; his real name is Ben Cook. In March, a chaotic performance on a pedestrian bridge at South by Southwest added to the hype for Year of the Pig, the second in their series of 12" Zodiac EPs celebrating the Chinese New Year, which was released in mid-July that year. Just three months later, the band released its first full-length for Matador, The Chemistry of Common Life, which earned the band the Polaris Music Prize, an award given to the year's outstanding Canadian album. The 2011 follow-up, David Comes to Life, was a highly conceptual beast of a double album, nearly 80 minutes in length, ushered in by several accompanying singles and a limited Record Store Day vinyl companion piece titled David's Town.

While not as conceptually daring, the band's fourth album, 2014's Glass Boys, found F**ked Up continuing to evolve their sprawling sound with an album of personal and self-reflective material. 2015 saw the release of yet another EP, Year of the Hare, their seventh and final Zodiac series installment. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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Fun bunch. Rip it up.
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Great band but did ya see the photo of them!? Hahaha. They look pretty g.d. sad & pathetic! I'll gibe them a little slack, they are after all Canadian...e h ?
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@ INVISIBLE... . i t ' s not just pooolice; hate consist of all of" the man". homeland sec......... . .
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spensoid
Beastial and existential.
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Best band name ever. Thank you all for coming out tonight. We're F**ked Up.
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benjamin.fro e b e l
I can't stand the police in this f**king city!
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I f**king love this s**t!
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reminds me of FEAR
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What just a dadgum minute, why don't they have any explicit albums?
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syrups9907
WOW NOW THAT'S F.U.C.K.E.D. UP
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what do you mean it's not 4-4?
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this is what megan fox would listen to if she woke up ugly one day
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Nice to see old school punk making a come-back
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Nice to see old school punk making a come-back
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More people need to know about F**ked Up. Great f**king punk band.
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saw'em at billyburg waterfront, bk...f**kin' awesome

have a feeling they're much more intense in close quarters. dude looks like harrington's (les savy fav) kid brother...al b e i t heftier ;)
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retardedmonk y 6 0
wow first to comment on some canadian punk...

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