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killjulie is the debut full-length CD of the Phoenix techno-industrial quartet, Radio Free America. Featuring the singles "Fame Little Girl" and "Redemption", killjulie has received rave reviews throughout the Southwest United States and elsewhere since its release in the spring of 1998. This latest effort by RFA combines the hard-edged aggressiveness of contemporary industrial rock with the pop hooks and striking melodies of early-80's synth-pop. A must-buy for any fan of electronic music.

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Radio Free America killjulie (31337 Records)

There are two heirarchies at work in any local music scene. There's the pecking order of bands based on the ability to pull a crowd and maintain a prominent live presence. Then there's a second heirarchy, a secret jostling for chairs at the music industry's big banquet table. We all know that sometimes the heirarchies don't correspond, that an artist who has only a small presence on a local club scene will occasionally nab a recording deal before the hometown folk got a chance to learn his name.

Radio Free America could be one of those bands. Sure, the techno-industrial quartet plays its share of local gigs, but it has yet to become a huge force on the Valley club scene. But clearly this is a band built for the studio, and "killjulie" shows it to be a fully formed recording collective. Though often grouped with the Valley's highly aggressive industrial bands, Radio Free America leans more toward melodious fare, as though the band members fell in love with the first Nine Inch Nails album and tuned out when Trent Reznor started wigging out. Like much of the band's material, "Girlfriend for a Day" straddles the genre fence, sounding like it could cut it in a crowded dance club or on a Top 40 radio station.

Radio Free America is either a few years behind its time or ahead of it, but it really doesn't matter. In an era driven by the demands of the dance floor, RFA has the beats, but, more important, it also has the tunes to grab the multitude not yet willing to commit to the electronica revolution.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Intro
  2. Girlfriend For A Day
  3. Redemption
  4. (I Don't Want) Any Part Of You
  5. I Am A Stranger
  6. Fame Little Girl
  7. Feel
  8. You Wish You
  9. Don't Say You Want To Die
  10. -22. Hidden Tracks
  11. The Chauffeur

Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 20, 1998)
  • Original Release Date: April 20, 1998
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • ASIN: B00000INT7
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,176,796 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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