Arab on Radar’s first show was in the cafeteria on the Rhode Island College campus.[citation needed]

While the band was opening for Marilyn Manson at a Providence club called Babyhead, they were chased out of the club by angry audience members.[citation needed]

Arab on Radar’s early sound was typified by thickly distorted, repeated bass grooves, 4/4 drum beats, and two deafening guitars that employed contrasting melodies and near-unison chords that drew comparisons to the Contortions. Their live shows often featured spitting, trisomic parody, and full nudity.

After Andrea Fiset’s departure, the band developed a more straight-ahead sound and they began to draw (often disparaging) comparisons to Sonic Youth. Arab on Radar may be considered catalysts for the revival of no wave (also called neo-no wave), a scene that began to gain popularity with bands like Lightning Bolt and the Locust in the early part of the 21st century.

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