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Minimum Fuss But Maximum Force

Minimum Fuss But Maximum Force



Who: Front End Loader, Gazoonga Attack, Creeping Jesus
Where: The Cambridge Hotel
When: Saturday September 20, 2003

THE last time FRONT END LOADER released an album, it was the band's first new release in five years.

Luckily for fans, the band hasn't decided to make a habit of leaving lengthy gaps between albums.

The four-piece released the new mini-album Ape Got Fire on August 25, after it returned to the studio in April.

The album was released on August 25 through REDLINE RECORDS.

It took just two days to record in Sydney at TROY HORSE STUDIOS with producer JON BOYROCK , whose previous credits include work with FURTHER, SPOD and DECODER RING .

``We took in the seven street-legal tunes that we had at our disposal, whacked them down with minimum fuss and maximum force,'' the band said.

``The result is Ape Got Fire - a typically misanthropic yet tuneful recording from Australia's least popular, relatively well-known band.

'' To celebrate the album's release, Front End Loader has embarked on a national tour with Brisbane-based all-girl outfit GAZOONGA ATTACK and local trio CREEPING JESUS .

Front End Loader will perform at the CAMBRIDGE HOTEL on Saturday night.

Tickets will be available on the door for $10.



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