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LIVE REVIEW: Andrew W.K + Yonaka at The Waterfront

The party was is back for the first time in five years as Andrew W.K with his full band brought ‘The Party Never Dies Tour’ to the Waterfront with Yonaka as the only support band for the evening. 694 more words

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Episode 076 - Music - Andrew WK - American Nightmare

Music episode this week. We chat about the now new-ish records from Andrew WK – “You’re Not Alone” and the new self titled album from… 87 more words

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Jimmy's Mini Reviews: Judas Priest, Andrew W.K, XIII

Judas Priest – Firepower

Not a clue why, but as a kid Judas Priest were the only classic, British heavy metal band that my dad was never much a fan of. 483 more words

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Episode 52: Mat's Birthday 2018

It’s time once again for Mat Elfring to pat himself on the back for living through another year. This week, he’s joined by Andrew “Cheeseburger” Parks and Will “Gravy” Ash, and the guys discuss some of Mat’s favorite music from the 2000s, which includes “It’s Time to Party” by Andrew WK, “Go Right Ahead” by The Hives, and “You” by Mustard Plug. 79 more words

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Andrew WK: Philosophising with the King of Partying

“A professional partier and an amateur human being.”

How Andrew W.K. would introduce himself to someone who doesn’t know anything about him reveals the depth behind the hard-rocking, party-anthem-wielding force of nature his fans have come to adore since he blew up internationally with single ‘Party Hard’ in 2001. 838 more words

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Album Review: Andrew W.K. - You're Not Alone

By Eric Perzanowski, Staff Writer

Rating: 7/10

Key Tracks: “I Don’t Know Anything”, “Music Is Worth Living For”, “The Devil’s On Your Side”

It seems as if in the nine years since his last studio album, … 389 more words

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You're Not Alone: Andrew W.K Brings the Party to Exciting New Heights!

Ever since the bombastic I Get Wet (2001), partying has become Andrew W.Ks central philosophy. Everything he does, every new experiment he embarks upon must stem from his status as the King of partying. 690 more words

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