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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."
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- In Its Pull - (1:30) - 3,311 plays
- Meant To Be That Way - (3:40) - 2,088 plays
- Brave Enough - (4:01) - 2,284 plays
- Do It Nation - (4:17) - 1,897 plays
- Our Love - (2:23) - 1,744 plays
- The Time Is Now - (5:45) - 1,429 plays
- Put Some Sugar on It - (2:49) - 1,691 plays
- Shining Star - (4:01) - 1,289 plays
- Each Other's Arms - (2:25) - 1,207 plays
- 1,000,000 Kisses - (1:53) - 1,549 plays
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