The Fuzz Haunted
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Each track adds a surprising new element to The Fuzz Haunted album, demonstrating their well-honed skills as producers and musicans. Indeed, the whole self-titled CD, harmonically, sonically, and in its many interludes and connections between songs, is highly reminiscent of "Abby Road" (Think "You never give me your money")

- Handlebar Jack- Ny Deli Mag


The Fuzz Haunted built their self-titled, debut CD on loud guitars, accordions, singing saws, feedback, church organs and police sirens. But it's the band's distinct and layered vocal harmonies that really stand out, particularly on this track titled "Tiger Balm."

Hailing from New York, The Fuzz Haunted is the latest musical collaboration from Steve Dawson & Randy Lord. The two were members/creators of the costume-adorning 70s' rock/R&B quintet Bad Ass Franklin and the Strangtecular Band.

The Fuzz Haunted name refers to chronic problems the band had with local police while trying to record their debut album in a residential garage. Neighbors complained about the noise. - Robin Hilton-National Public Radio


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The Fuzz Haunted- self-titled

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The Fuzz Haunted is a three-piece experimental rock group from New York City comprised of Randy Lord, Steve Dawson and James Lord. Their sound is built upon strong songs with layered vocal harmonies and sonic textures.

Using diverse instruments including loud guitars, accordions, singing saws and a church organ along with an arsenal of effects, the band creates a dynamic atmosphere of music and sound.

Demonstrating their well-honed skills as producers and musicians, their self-titled debut CD was written, performed and recorded by Steve Dawson and Randy Lord. Their songs breathe and grow in their own creativity, allowing each listen to reveal something new. The result is a sound that stands on its own, and a collection of music that defies simple categorization.

In April 2006, NPR’s All Songs Considered featured The Fuzz Haunted and honored the band by choosing the opening track “Tiger Balm” for the program’s very first podcast.