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There are at least two bands with the name The Fool. The more popular Japanese Visual-Electro-Punk band the fool and the Dutch Psychedelic Rock band The Fool.

1. the fool are a Japanese Visual-Electro-Punk band that started in 2009.

They are releasing their first full length album on the 20th of October in a regular and limited edition. The regular edition comes with an extra song whereas the limited edition comes with a DVD containing a music video for Go Motherfucker.

Members :

G / Vox & Programing
Goo / Guitar & Programing
TACA / Guitar & Programing


1.Crazy’s crew
2.MOns’Ter eAT CanDy&cHocOLaTe
3.CHAOS in the world
Maxi-Single (2009/09/9)

「Go motherfucker」
1.Go motherfucker
2.Another sky
4.Go motherfucker crazy’s remix
Maxi-Single (2010/05/12)

「Crazy frogs around the world」
1.Pussy Dance
2.For You
3.Gaza Field
4.Go Motherfucker
7.Dragon Cell Carnival
8.God Bless You
9.Reckless fighter
11.Crazy's crew
12.Getting United CrazyFrog's Remix - (Regular Edition Bonus Track)
Album (2010/10/20)


2. The Fool came to London in the early '60s from Amsterdam as designers, and were asked by NEMS' Brian Epstein to style his clients in the new Psychedelic fashions, everything from the painted guitars and flamboyant clothes sported by Cream on their first US tour to psychedelic cars for the stars and the mural on The Apple Boutique - which also showcased their fashions. Their album sleeves for Jimi Hendrix, the Move and The Incredible String Band among others, remain classics. And, yes, they made an album! Produced by Graham Nash on the cusp of leaving the Hollies (who The Fool also did sleeves for!) and engineered by Hendrix soundmaster Eddie Kramer, the album is a shock! This is a tour de force of Wyrd Folk ala Incredible String Band and strange twisted visions of pop ala God knows who! This glorious package includes the original album (on Apple records) plus the ultra rare 45 mixes all beautifully remastered. Also features a lavishly illustrated booklet alongside in-depth notes by the author of 'Those Were The Days', the definitive book on Apple Records. On top of all that is a contextual essay on the amazing story of the Provos, the Dutch avant-garde group the Fool sprang from. Cherry Red. 2005. A great band not resembling the exellent avatar, which is a secret gift from an anonymous admirer. Check these dutch jesters out and you won't be sorry!

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