Japanese sonic collagists Buffalo Daughter formed in 1993, comprising vocalists/multi-instrumentalists SuGar Yoshinaga and Yumiko Ohno along with turntablist Moog Yamamoto. Cutting-and-pasting sounds ranging from funk to lounge-pop to avant-noise, the trio debuted the following year with the LP Shaggy Headdressers, followed in 1995 by Amoeba Soundsystem; with the 1996 seven-inch Legend of the Yellow Buffalo, they made their American debut, signing to Grand Royal. The full-length Captain Vapour Athletes followed later that same year, and in 1997 Grand Royal issued Socks, Drugs & Rock 'N' Roll, a collection of material remixed by the likes of Alec Empire, Money Mark and U.N.K.L.E. Buffalo Daughter returned in 1998 with New Rock, and another remix collection, WXBD, appeared a year later. ~ Jason AnkenyPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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