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The irreverence of Frank Zappa / the majesty of King Crimson / the vocal harmonies of Yes / these powerful ingredients can all be tasted in the invigorating flavor of Zip Tang. Four well-seasoned musicians fire-up tasty meats and add intoxicating spices to create a musical banquet starting with their first original release, Tower Of Tuna.

Underground / off the charts / progressive / an acquired taste / like a fine red wine, Zip Tang is not quickly guzzled by the masses but lovingly savored by connoisseurs. A mature yet muscular rock sound for serious listeners, Zip Tang combines elements of arena rock and modern jazz to create finely crafted songs that echo in your mind long after the sound waves have stopped tickling your cochlea.

Zip Tang’s breadth of musical experience and instrumental expertise serve as a reminder that all is not lost - that our strength is in our differences, and there are still those who care deeply about their craft - choosing the mantle of obscure integrity over the albatross of ubiquitous vulgarity. Discriminating listeners who like their music hot and slightly burned at the edges will love the taste of Zip Tang.

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  • dAJaro

    their debut sounds a lot like those elp albums and they even covered tarkus on it. too bad that the actual music doesnt hold up this comparison. i might check out pank as it is supposed to be better... overall an "ok" album. 158 listeners are too few, though. :)

    11 Aug 2009 Reply
  • GeorgiPeev

    fantastic music

    13 Aug 2008 Reply