Peelander-Z is a Japanese punk band based in Austin, Texas, in 1998 by Peelander-Yellow, Peelander-Red, and Peelander-Blue. They bill themselves as a "Japanese Action Comic Punk band hailing from the Z area of Planet Peelander". While the founding members of Peelander-Z were all born in Japan, they first met and formed their band while living in New York. They perform on stage and appear in color-coordinated costumes, which they state are not costumes, but their skin.
Album · 2010 · 16 Songs. Listen on Apple Music.
P-TV-Z (Chicken Ranch). What's Peelander-Z if not a Saturday morning cartoon? The NYC-based, Japanese action-troupe lost nothing in translation during its early Ramones upbringing, and in that regard, its kiddie-aimed P-TV-Z – fully realized locally in a mere nine days – sounds like most Peelander-Z albums. Riverboat Gamblers' Mike Wiebe leads the charge on "Go! Rio," Yvonne A. Lambert of the Octopus Project laces theremin atop "O!
Style: rnr. Album year: 2010. Peelander-Z - P-TV-Z Theme 01:18. Peelander-Z - Happee Birthday 02:17. Peelander-Z - E-I-E-I-O 05:21.
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Japanese Action Comic Punk. Pv for Bike bike bike!!! Pv for Yeah yeah yeah.
Peelander-Z happens to be one of a handful of bands that could succeed without ever recording a note. The New York City-based Japanese punk group has made a career out of creating high energy live shows that combine anime-style comic book narratives, Ramones-influenced punk disarray, and a level of audience interaction that makes the fourth wall seem as though it never existed. That hasn't stopped the band from trying, and P-Tv-Z is an admirable effort. The album sees the band bringing in a host of musicians for a palette that goes beyond the paint-by-Ramones style of punk the group relies on during live sets, allowing the band's jokey songwriting to breathe and gain some complexity.