In on the Kill Taker is the third full-length album by Fugazi, released in 1993. The band had originally recorded demos for the album in Chicago with producer Steve Albini, but were unhappy with their performances and re-recorded the entire album in Washington DC with Ted Niceley. The original recordings from the Chicago sessions have since been bootlegged onto filesharing networks. The song "Walken's Syndrome" references Woody Allen's film Annie Hall, where Christopher Walken's character feels an urge to crash into on-coming traffic at night. The album's title came from a writing that Guy Picciotto found on the sidewalk.
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Surgeon cuts in on field's male dominance: Philadelphian Jo Buyske takes the No. 2 job on the profession's board.
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