Sydney Post Punk band. Like the bastard sons of early Wire and The Ramones, Seems Twice played incredibly short, fast and loud. Hardly ever more than a minute long, their songs define a most usefull kind of minimalism : an intro (sometimes), a verse, a chorus and, occassionally, an instrumental section with very little repitition. Live, it was blink and you'd miss them.
Their Twelve track "mini-album" Non-Plussed lasts 5 minutes 42 seconds.
John Douglas went onto early 80s jazz/punk combo 'Kill The King'.
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