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When Telekinesis mastermind Michael Benjamin Lerner set out to record songs for the follow-up to his debut album Telekinesis!, he found himself with no band, a case of vertigo, and a wrecked van. The long-distance relationship that inspired his debut album's songs of wanderlust had ended, and Michael was inspired (by the heavy, fuzzy bass in Flin Flon's A-OK) to buy a bass guitar and again record with Chris Walla at Portland's Jackpot! Studios. The result is twelve new songs of heartache, anger, and even a little hopefulness.
i bought this because i heard power lines off of the new record...bought it and this one. gotta say, this one is much better than the new release, but both are GREAT. <3Published on July 6, 2013 by Lydia
These guys take me back to the 40 Watt Club in Athens watching a brand new band called REM - this is so literate, jangly, tuneful Indie Pop - check it out!Published on May 10, 2013 by Stephen J. Easley
this album is phenomenal. it is the in my top ten best albums of 2011.
Highlight Songs: Car Crash, 50 Ways, You Turn Clear in the Sun
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I saw them live in Detroit last winter. Excellent band. They bring tremendous energy and put on a great show. Great music.Published on December 5, 2011 by Jon Snow
I was introduced to this band by a friend who saw them at SXSW. They are great live with lots of energy. And this album is solid throughout with no weak links. Read morePublished on September 23, 2011 by weed311