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Fishbone Back With Original Lineup At Warehouse

Fishbone Back With Original Lineup At Warehouse

In terms of manic, muscular punk-funk, there really is no one like Fishbone. At its peak in the late-'80s, the horn-wielding slap-bass-heavy California outfit could blow like-minded bands like the Red Hot Chili Peppers off the stage. And that was not exactly easy to do.

Fishbone was always more than a shirtless testosterone freakout. They could do a persuasive Curtis Mayfield cover. They wrote their own tender and pretty slow numbers, sometimes blending dub reggae and metal in surprising ways. But the real action was always in dyed-mohawk and cane-twirling frontman Angelo Moore, a dynamic and intense performer who could howl and shriek, wail on sax, bouncing into the crowd and...

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