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New York City, New York, United States | SELF

New York City, New York, United States | SELF
Band Alternative Avant-garde


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Nothing about this album is conventional. On the cover every letter from the front to the back is backwards. The song names are all numbers.
The songs themselves are discordant and odd. I enjoyed it thoroughly.

The songs change feel a lot while keeping the same basic sound. The riffs are unique and in the frame of the song manage to remain familiar without
getting repetitive, which is a welcome change from a lot of music. The vocals are done well; quirky and they fit in with the music seemlessly. Choose reminds me of some friends of mine from a few years ago, Id. Which is a good thing.

The day I recieved this disk was a saturday after practice and all I was planning to do was pop some pills, smoke pot and drink some beers....This was the perfect album for that. The band doesn't tell you a whole lot about themselves on the album cover or on their website, but apparently they intend to tour in support of it in august. This is definitely something I would like to check out live.
- Brian at


2007 - Untitled (Full Length)



One girl, a former poet living and breeding in New York,
collecting change and asking passer-bys if they would die for her.
She believes that circular objects are more intrusive
than those with corners. She is extremely fertile. The skull
bone is connected to the neck bone. Ambition is found to more
often be anger in sheep's clothing. Honk if you're horny.
She is somehow smarter than her eating disorder. [The devil
inserts subliminal messages here] Unlike most, she takes the
time to understand before she agrees. Sex isn't interest.
[The government inserts subliminal messages here] To her,
laughter is almost always insincere. She sleeps with those
to clarify their mystery. It would be so easy to offset the
balance. She underestimates law enforcement though it usually
works to benefit. So tell me, would you die for me?