Infest the Rats’ Nest
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They are known for exploring many different genres, staging energetic live shows and building a prolific discography , having released fifteen studio albums, two EPs and six live albums. Their second EP, Willoughby's Beach , and debut album, 12 Bar Bruise , primarily blended surf music and garage rock , and were released on Flightless , the band's own independent record label. Their second album, a "psychedelic western audiobook" titled Eyes Like the Sky , features narration by Broderick Smith. In , they drew on elements of jazz fusion and progressive rock with Quarters! In , the band fulfilled a promise to release five studio albums within the year: Flying Microtonal Banana , an experiment in microtonality , in February; the three-chapter "sci-fi epic" Murder of the Universe in June; Sketches of Brunswick East , an improvised jazz collaboration with Mild High Club , in August; Polygondwanaland , which was released into the public domain, in November; and Gumboot Soup in December. The albums Fishing for Fishies and Infest the Rats' Nest saw the band incorporate boogie rock and thrash metal into their sound, respectively. Throughout , the band released several live albums, a concert filmed titled Chunky Shrapnel , and a double compilation of demos.
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