-: CHEESE EXCURSION :-
Loud, Fast, Energetic Party Music.

BIO

Parties go crazy
with CHEESE EXCURSION Brand
punk-rock insanity.

Jump, twitch and shake
to these jerky grooves.

Horn-blasting, guitar-crunching,
bass and drum booming
ignites with wailing vocals.

Punch, punch, punch
and vibrate your soul,
with seriously silly zazz-blasters.

Transcend to the other dimension
with gritty determination
to the intergalactic psy-sphere.

REVIEWS!

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THE BAND
"Towering, frightening genius . .. massive, colorful, and energetic . .. madcapped, groundbreaking guitarist . ... unapologetically harrowing creativity . .. disjointed, but perfectly synchronized . .. top level craftsmen ... no note wasted . . It's inspiring . .. punk fuelled, hillbilly rock ... manic roller- coaster feel, . .. sensory overload ... whack rhythm .. . traditional bluegrass . .. rip it up . .. watching a magician . .. blew my mind. ...... If you're an Australian, and especially a Victorian, and you don't know about Cheese Excursion yet, your credibility is in tatters .. . If you like your rock on the Mr Bungle side, these guys are essential listening."

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ALREADY DEAD (EP):
"It took me a few listens to get my head around it. Very Different. Definately enjoy this album. pick it up!"

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HELL-EL-U-JAH:
"Quite simply, the most evil ska song ever written. It's terrifying rhythmic complexities, vocals so devilish that they must have been channeled through the soul of Satan, shock inducing horns, make for a song that will turn wholesome young children into A.D.H.D. afflicted menaces. And best of all, it's great to dance to."

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MONSTER & DEMON:
"genius. It's not easy, being cheesey, and this is a bonafide, glam rock/hillbilly masterpiece."

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FOR GENERAL EXHIBITIONISM (Album):

"Up there with some of the better stuff coming from Australia"

"a disc that grew on me with each listen"

"even my folks would dig"

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NUCLEAR FAMILY MELTDOWN:
"I thought Schoenberg was a relevant figure in contemporary music; until I heard this song, which makes the progressions made in the twentieth century pale in comparison. Don't listen to this song. You are not worthy of it's goodness, and listening may force you to realise this unpleasant fact."