Top Half Japanese Albums
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Invincible
Invincible
[2019]
Why Not?
Why Not?
[2018]
The Puppet People - Single
The Puppet People - Single
[2018]
Hear the Lions Roar
Hear the Lions Roar
[2017]
Why Not - Single
Why Not - Single
[2017]
Hear the Lions Roar - Single
Hear the Lions Roar - Single
[2016]
Perfect
Perfect
[2015]
Boo
Boo
[2015]
Bingo Ringo - EP
Bingo Ringo - EP
[2015]
Volume 3: 1990-1995
Volume 3: 1990-1995
[2015]
Volume 2: 1987-1989 (Music to Strip by, Charmed Life, The Band That Would Be King)
Volume 2: 1987-1989 (Music to Strip by, Charmed Life, The Band That Would Be King)
[2015]
Overjoyed
Overjoyed
[2014]
Volume 1: 1981 - 1985
Volume 1: 1981 - 1985
[2014]
Half Gentlemen Not Beasts
Half Gentlemen Not Beasts
[2013]
Volume 4: 1997 - 2001
Volume 4: 1997 - 2001
[2001]
Hello
Hello
[2001]
Our Solar System
Our Solar System
[2000]
Bone Head
Bone Head
[1997]
Hot
Hot
[1995]
Fire In the Sky
Fire In the Sky
[1992]
Charmed Life
Charmed Life
[1989]
Sing No Evil
Sing No Evil
[1984]
Related Information for Half Japanese
Half Japanese is a punk rock band formed by brothers Jad Fair and David Fair in their Uniontown, Maryland bedroom around 1975.Their quirky song lyrics often deal with monsters and the supernatural (especially as influenced by campy "creature feature" and scifi movies), in addition to more conventional themes, such as the visceral thrills of crushes and infatuations. They have stated that all their songs are either "love songs or monster songs."Fans of Half Japanese include Penn Jillette, who helped the band release some of their albums on his ad hoc 50 Skidillion Watts label, and the late Kurt Cobain, who had them open for Nirvana's 1993 tour. Over time David Fair became less involved, ultimately quitt... read more