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Andrew W.k. Albums

The "Party All Goddamn Night" EP (2011)

The "Party All Goddamn Night" (2011)

Mother of Mankind (2010)

Gundam Rock (2009)

The Japan Covers (2008)

Premium Collection: The Japan Covers (2008)

Close Calls With Brick Walls (2006)

The Wolf (2003)


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A.W.K.

Ai Senshi

Alone In The Wind

Amuro Forever

Beginning

Big Party

Bohemian

Bohemian - Yuki Katsuragi

Can You Dance With Me?

Char The Great

Close Calls With Bal Harbour

Coming Bad

Don't Call Me Andy

Don't Ever Stop The Noise

Don't Give in to the Fear

Don't Stop Living In The Red

Dr. Dumont

Encounter

Eye Catch

Fear To Fight


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Andrew W.k. Biography:



Not just a party animal but a party guerrilla, Andrew W.K. burst onto the scene with a hybrid of metal, pop, and dance that parodied and paid tribute to the cheesiest, sleaziest aspects of all three styles. The California-born, Michigan-bred W.K. -- the initials stand for everything from "White Killer" to "Women Kum" to "Wilkes-Krier," the surnames of his mom and dad -- began classical piano lessons at age four and moved on to playing in Detroit punk and metal bands, including the Pterodactyls. By age 17, W.K. was recording his own material. After moving to New York City a year later, his friends passed his demos on to various labels, including Bulb, who released W.K.'s debut EP Girls Own Juice in early 2000 and that fall's Party Til You Puke EP. The buzz around W.K.'s hedonistic, so-dumb-it's-smart rawk resulted in a gig opening for the Foo Fighters as well as deals with Island/Def Jam in the U.S. and Mercury in the U.K.; his first major-label release was 2001's anthemic Party Hard EP. In particular, the U.K. fell in love with W.K.'s ironic trailer-trash look and sound, inspiring critical raves from NME and Kerrang! as well as hysteria at his live shows; he was hospitalized after a fan head-butted him as he crowd-surfed at his London debut at the Highbury Garage. The full-length I Get Wet arrived in late 2001 in the U.K. and in spring 2002 in the U.S., where his "It's Time to Party" was used in a TV commercial for the travel website expedia.com. Andrew W.K. also gigged extensively that spring, both on his own and as part of an MTV 2 package tour. ~ Heather Phares, All Music Guide



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