Wack Ass Egyptians
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Wack Ass Egyptians

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"Live review one"

For the love of god, go see Wack-Ass Egyptians. Even if you don't love jokey, high-concept bands (I often don't love jokey, high-concept bands.), go and give these crazed rappers with their bizarre, obscurely clever and hilarious rhymes and their insanely tight four-piece rock band a try. Unless, you know, you don't like music that's played passionately and well.
-Steve Gisselbrecht. The Noise
- The Noise

"Live Review Two"

“Some bands have a schtick that dominates the experience and gets in the way of the music. Other bands work their schtick until it becomes a magnificent thing in it’s own right :high camp as high art. And then there are those rare bands that marry that level of over-the-top shenanigans with clever songs and first-class musicianship. Ladies and gentlemen, Wack Ass Egyptians.”

The Noise
- The Noise


Wack Ass Egyptians (self titled)



The Wack Ass Egyptians arrived abruptly and unexpectedly onto the Boston music scene at TT the Bears on Jan. 24 2004. Since then, The Egyptians have left a trail of beer soaked stages and rocked crowds in their wake.

Although, The Wack Ass Egyptians had two songs featured on Vinyl Ritchie Records’ 2004 compilation “Rock or Roll”, their reputation was built largely on their party like live show. Now, a year and a half later, The Egyptians have completed their first full length album .

Recorded at The Moontower Studio with Mike Quinn, the album takes you back to the feel of “License To Ill”. The self titled album runs the gamete from rock to lounge with Egyptian hip hop on top.
In 2006 The Wack Ass Egyptians plan to continue building their fan base one party at a time.