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Half Japanese have returned to peel further layers from their onion. They have a new album that’s a square further on in their unpredictable musical snakes and ladders board. ‘Why Not?’ is a magical thing – it’s Springsteen’s ‘Born To Run’ recorded in a cupboard, it’s an ode to love, it’s a Wire song with two duelling guitarists being Zappa on helium, it’s Parquet Courts in a tantrum, it’s The Crickets contorted into ? and The Mysterians, it’s everywhere and nowhere, baby, it’s where it’s at.

On ‘Why Not?’ nuances are mused, situations explained, questions asked. Outside, zombies and demons roam and everyday aliens emerge from spaceships: it’s a technicolor film transcribed by Jad Fair and friends John Sluggett, Gilles-Vincent Rieder, Mick Hobbs and Jason Willett, their faces at the cracked window of their subterranean habitat looking out at the real world.

Half Japanese: Why Not?

The Future Is Ours Half Japanese
The Face Half Japanese
Why Not Half Japanese
Amazing Half Japanese
Demons Of Doom Half Japanese
A Word To The Wise Half Japanese
Bring On The Night Half Japanese
Zombie Island Massacre Half Japanese
Better Days Half Japanese
Spaceship To Mars Half Japanese
Why'd They Do It Half Japanese
Magic Half Japanese
Falling Half Japanese

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