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James Fukai - Guitar

Kevin Palmer - Vocals, Guitar

Jason Singleton - Drums

Walker Warren - Bass

When asked about Trust Company's new Geffen CD "True Parallels," singer Kevin Palmer pauses a moment before responding. "Hopefully," he says, "it can help others overcome hard times in their lives, to feel less alone." It's an intriguing ... Read more in Amazon's Trust Company Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 8, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Entertainment One Music
  • ASIN: B004H1Z6TI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #198,515 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Close Your Eyes (Til It's Over)
2. Heart in My Hands
3. Almost There
4. Stumbling
5. Reverse & Remember
6. Pulling You Down
7. Alone Again
8. Dreaming in Black & White
9. Letting Go
10. Skies Will Burn
11. We Are the Ones
12. Don't Say Goodbye

Editorial Reviews

On their new album, Dreaming In Black And White, Trust Company branches off in exciting new
directions while retaining the overpowering combination of intense hard rock and irresistible
melodies that will delight both the hardcore base of fans that have been waiting patiently for years
for Trust Company to return, and a new throng of fans that will be hearing the band for the first time.
The last the world heard from Trust Company was in 2005, when after release of their second album,
True Parallels, they announced that they d be going on hiatus. As lead vocalist and guitarist Kevin
Palmer remembers, After True Parallels, we were in a bad spot. No one was happy. We had been
rushed into the studio to meet a record company deadline and all those external pressures all the
outside opinions about how our music should sound had it stop being fun, which is why we got
into it in the first place. Drummer Jason Singleton adds, We never said we re breaking up. It just
stopped being exciting. We had to get away from the big machine for a while.
The band had made a lot of fans since its formation in 1997 and especially after their breakout
success in 2002, with their gold selling debut, The Lonely Position Of Neutral and the hit single
Downfall. Extensive airplay on MTV for Downfall and continuous touring with such bands as
KoRn, Papa Roach and Disturbed earned the band an especially rabid following, one that stuck
around through the ensuing years that the band was apart.
The evidence of all the good feeling created by their reunion is in their new album, Dreaming In
Black And White. Produced by Chuck Alkazian, the album is less a return to form than it is the truest
representation of the band ever captured on record.

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Wonderham on March 8, 2011
Format: Audio CD
I've been a fan of Trust Company since the day True Parallels came out six years ago, that album blew me away. I personally think this is a must have album, if you like this kind of music. Trust Company is back, I've been waiting a long time for this album to be released. I was really sad when they broke up, because I love their music, and Trust Company is one of my favorite bands. Then Kevin formed Amity Lane, and they released one album, which was alright, and now Trust Company got back together to release a new album, which is great. When I found out they were releasing a new album I couldn't wait, but this album was worth the long wait. I love Trust Company support them by buying this album, and not downloading it. Trust Company needs to be known, because Trust Company makes great music. You don't have to be mainstream to be popular, and to make great music. This album sounds nothing like their previous albums. I personally think Trust Company has evolved on this album. Kevin's voice is so amazing, you can listen to any of their albums on repeat for hours, and not get tired of them. This album will defiantly be in my top favorite 10 albums of 2011, and may make it into my top favorite 40 albums ever. Trust Company keep up the good work, and please stay around forever. My favorite songs on this album are:
1. Heart in My Hands
2. Alone Again
3. Letting Go
4. Dreaming in Black and White
5. Don't Say Goodbye
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A. Estes on March 8, 2011
Format: Audio CD
As quickly as TRUSTcompany were thrust into the spotlight, they seemed to disappear even quicker. After making a significant splash with their 2002 Geffen debut, "The Lonely Position Of Neutral," the band landed high-profile gigs and heavy rotation on MTV and rock radio alike. Sadly, things didn't pan out so well in the years to come. 2005 saw the release of their second album, "True Parallels," after being shelved by the label for a year. The album was more or less dumped into stores with little to no support. As a result, TRUSTcompany went quietly into that good night later that year. A few years went by, and after cooler heads prevailed, the band reunited in 2007, self-funded and without the burden of a major label. The fruit of their reunion, the long-awaited "Dreaming in Black and White," finds the band barely missing a beat.

The first thing you'll notice upon listening to this album is just how good it sounds. The production (done by Chuck Alzakian) is top-notch and truly captures the spirit of the band. If any criticism could be laid on either of the previous albums, it's that they were a bit overproduced and homogenized. For the first time, TRUSTcompany sound exactly as they should, with the dual fret-work of James Fukai and frontman Kevin Palmer at the forefront supported by a bombastic rhythm section (including yet another new bassist, Wes Cobb) that will no doubt dominate the most expensive and elaborate soundsystems as well as the cheapest and tiniest earbuds. To put it bluntly, this is the first TRUSTcompany record with testosterone.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Scott Wilson on March 10, 2011
Format: Audio CD
"The wait is over..." to quote TRUSTcompany and well worth every second. The latest TRUSTcompany release "Dreaming In Black & White" is AMAZING!! Kevin, Jason, James, and Wes have recorded one of the BEST CDs of 2011 for sure. I have been a TRUSTcompany fan since the 41 DOWN days, and I continue to be IMPRESSED with each release beginning with "The Lonely Position Of Neutral" and subsequent sophmore release "True Parallels."
"Dreaming In Black & White" features some of the BEST TRUSTcompany melodies since "Downfall", "Hover" and "Take It All." Chuck Alzakian has captured the TRUSTcompany sound and produced a MASTERPIECE!! "Close Your Eyes", "Reverse & Remember", "Pulling You Down", and the acoustic version of "Stumbling" are some of my personal favorites. Kevin's vocals are INCREDIBLE and so unique!! James may be one of rock's BEST new guitarists and his vocal harmonies with Kevin are SPOT ON. Jason is an AMAZING percussionist and Wes adds the perfect deep end to complete the HUGE TRUSTcompany sound!! In a day and age where "flavor of the month" and "cookie cutter" bands are the rage, TRUSTcompany remains true and one of the few ORIGINAL acts to consistantly put out GREAT NEW MUSIC!!

"Dreaming In Black & White" is a MUST HAVE for any fan of NEW ORIGINAL AMAZINGLY PRODUCED music!! Be on the look out for the TRUSTcompany LIVE show as well...one of the few GREAT LIVE and STUDIO bands around!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By T-III on March 17, 2011
Format: Audio CD
If you like any of past Trust Company music...this offers everything you liked about them in the past, and so much more. They are only getting better!
This is a must have.
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If you like the other albums from Trust Company then you need to add this one to your playlist. The songs have the same spirit as the first two albums, and are very refined. If you don't already know the history of this band you would never guess that they took a break before releasing this album.
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