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The Fibonaccis rose out of the early-'80s punk scene in Los Angeles, CA. Drawing from a wide range of influences including film scores, circus music, as well as an interest in bizarre pop culture in general, the band took their name after Leonardo Fibonacci, the 14th Century Italian mathematician. The group's first lineup consisted of Magie Song (vocals, percussion), John Dentino (keyboards), Joe Berardi (drums, percussion), and Ron Stringer (guitar, bass). Fibonaccis' first record was released in 1982 on the… read more

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  • Bring on the two headed kangaroo
  • Repressed: The Best Of The Fibonaccis 1981-1987 has nearly everything they released (except for a handful of tracks, namely 'art life') but it's a good compilation...it's the only compilation.
  • i can't believe how underrated they are, sounds like avant garde post punk kate bush! :D
  • how can this band be so underrated, they're beyond awesome!
  • You can download everything from their official site: http://www.fibonaccis.com/ Unfortunately it's not high bitrate, but I doubt if it will ever get rereleased. I'd love a deluxe boxed set, though I might be one of the few people who would buy it.
  • IMHO: I find terribly annoying that the Last-FM scrobbling distinguishes between Fibonaccis and The Fibonaccis... I'm already tired of fixing tags, I'm sorry, but I'm tired of these nonsenses...
  • I love Terrorvision.
  • Has anyone else seen Terrorvision? It's probably my favorite movie despite the fact that it has 0% on Rotten Tomatoes. Anyway, The Fibonaccis did the theme, which is the connection between them.
  • Hey, does anyone know where I can buy/download their stuff? Been trawling the web for so long my eyes are oblong. :s
  • Has anybody heard of a song by these guys called "Art Life"? It was on the soundtrack to "Slam Dance", a fairly obscure film from the mid-80s. I've never been able to find a studio recording of it anywhere.

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