BBQ Chickens
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BBQ Chickens
BBQ Chickens
Origin Japan
Genres Hardcore punk
2000-present
Labels Pizza of Death Records
Hi-Standard
Members Ken Yokoyama
Andrew
Iso
Hongolian
Hatano

BBQ Chickens (often stylized as BBQ CHICKENS) is a Japanese hardcore punk band, created in 2000 by former Hi-Standard member Ken Yokoyama. All four members have been "buddies since childhood",[1] and convened to form the band when Ken announced the hiatus of Hi-Standard. Since their beginning, they have released three studio albums, and have enjoyed unexpected success in different forms. Their first album, Indie Rock Strikes Back, sold upwards of 85,000 copies[1] and rocketed them onto the Japanese punk scene, where they played several sold out shows. BBQ Chickens later won the award for "Best Alternative Video" during the 2002 Space Shower Music Video Awards for their video "Sick Guy/Stupid Magazine", and the year after with "Pizza of Death's Theme/Fat Boy".[2] BBQ Chickens' third album, Fine Songs, Playing Sucks, was a cover album, and was noted by the idea that it was a "selection of most unusual songs to cover."[1]

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References

  1. ^ a b c "BBQ Chickens". pizzaofdeath.com. Archived from the original on 2011-07-01. Retrieved . 
  2. ^ ja:SPACE SHOWER Music Video Awards, Retrieved 2010-07-17[better source needed]

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