Having never before heard anything from Nakatomi Plaza and considering just how good their final album Ghosts is, I’m actually a bit disappointed that the band recently called it quits. While that means I won’t have a chance to see ‘em live, I do know that I’ll be digging around through their other releases. On the surface, I guess you could call Ghosts a melodic punk rock album, but there is so much more to it than that. I also wouldn’t call it post-hardcore or post-rock but these songs are certainly anything but straightforward punk tunes. So about Nakatomi Plaza… first there’s the juxtaposed male/female vocals that give the music an extra impressive dynamic (as if it needed more dynamics). Then there’s the twitchy melodies that just beg you to listen over again, there’s the shifting stop/start rhythms, and the guitar effects and over-the-top squealing solos. It’s all tightly wound and bursting with restless kinetic energy. It all adds up to the weird and oddly awesome album that Ghosts is.
Nakatomi Plaza self-released Ghosts so do youreself a favor and (if you like the songs below) stop by their still live site and pick up a copy. There’s also something about the vocals and melodies that kinda reminds me of the band Paris, Texas. Anyone remember them?
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