1. As She Rah
3. No Furture
4. Herculine Androgyn
6. No Wonder (Bread For the People)
7. War Ribbing Ode
8. Monde Sewer Cholera Net
9. No Lime
10. Mother, Put the Wheel Away I Cannot Spin Tonight
Rah Bras begin again with their latest album, WHOHM. For the last decade, the trio has been spelunking the nether regions of pop, pomp, and punk on a smattering of EPs and 2001's full-length, Ruy Blas!. Their genre-defying audio promiscuity has fermented into the anvil-drop-rock of 2005's WHOHM. Heavy synths grind and squeal upon pure propulsion as lyrics wax solipsistic over the cyclical nature of all modern man's foists and foibles. With rogue song structures and plenty of surprises around every corner, Rah Bras continue to master the art of not boring themselves by subjugating the rock idiom to their every whim. Both bizarre and strangely accessible, WHOHM achieves the rare genius of genuine creation in a realm fraught with endless reference and carbon-copy replication of tired ideas.
Rah Bras has toured extensively throughout the United States, Europe, and Japan with bands such as the Locust, Lightning Bolt, The Faint, Quintron and Miss Pussycat, The Chinese Stars, and Melt Banana.
In addition to the aforementioned releases, they have also contributed to multiple compilations, including the Lovitt Transmissions DVD, the mix-tape double CD on Troubleman, two compilations on Vermiform Records (Fruited Other Surfaces and False Object Sensor), the 20 Seconds Comp on Toyo Records, and US Pop Life Vol. 17 Eclectic "The Adding Machine". Not bad for a bunch of freaks whose live set has been known to cause as much full body gyration as jaw-dropping confusion.