DaiKaiju – Self Titled CD

DK1
9 Overall Score
Band: 9/10
Sound: 9/10
Songs: 9/10

A great CD, every song on it awesome! Plus some cool cover art inside and out.

Nothing, listen for yourself.

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DaiKaiju
Self Titled
Reptile Records
2004

DaiKaiju’s first release is an amazing self titled debut. DaiKaiju is a Surf Rock band which hails from Huntsville Alabama and have a thing for rubber suited Japanese giant monster movies and it shows in their music.

This CD is so rockin’ that it’s like being at a live DaiKaiju show. If you haven’t seen this band, you don’t want to miss them when they come to your town. The music of DaiKaiju makes me feel like I’m actually watching a Kaiju film, the monster influence in their music shows and I love it!

This is one of those CD’s that just doesn’t leave my car because it’s always ready to be played or already in play. I just can’t get enough of it. The music of DaiKaiju is the kind of sound that needs to be sequenced in to high rick action movies and video games.

When I listen to DaiKaiju I picture 16-Bit video game boss fights, and Sonny Chiba kicking ass. Here is a link to the DaiKaiju page, you know you wanna click it.


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