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Get In Get Out

by Mink

Brit-Pop influenced songsmiths crank out bittersweet, rocking sing-alongs
Genre: Pop: British Pop
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Album Notes
Mink was formed in Dayton, Ohio in 1996 and released an E.P. entitled "Mink U.S.A." consisting of five songs that would make up side one of its first full-length release now referred to in audiophile circles as "The Red Album" which has never surfaced in digital format. "Get In Get Out" was released in 1998 after the band taken first place the tri-state band competition held by WOXY's 97X radio, soon followed by gigs with Matthew Sweet, The Breeders, Guided By Voices, Varuca Salt and other 90's alternative icons. "Get In Get Out" captures Mink in top form, recorded completely in analog at Cybertechnics Studio in Dayton. After taking a short break, they are preparing for a release of a collection of 10 new songs in late 2007.

Mink crafts anthemic pop with always catchy melodies, powerful guitars, unexpected changes, sweet vocal harmonies and polished arrangements. However, beneath the beauty lurks something dark, sinister almost. Call it a macabre subtext, but it creates a nice contrast to the band's anglo-infused pop.

True to the title, Get In Get Out wastes no time on bullshit. Mink drops 10 pop-rock gems in about a half hour and wraps up the entire affair leaving the listener wanting more. They create something grandiose and majestic without the slightest bit of pretension.

A must-have for any true fan of well crafted pop rock.



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I always thought Mink was a real good band, saw them a handful of times in Dayton. Such good harmonies and songs that stuck in your head.

alex sator

you know i am suprised that there are no reviews of this album for it is an excellent album. it is the product of several journeyman players getting together as a last gasp attempt to do something right. and they really do.it is a fucking shame no one cared enough to write...and really that no one cared enough to buy because they are no more. and it is sad. it says more about us than it does them.they could fill a room in our city of dayton, ohio... they really could. but getting someone to put a stamp on an envelope or send an email or get out their charge card was too much for them. one member moved to chicago and joined a better band. another one bailed out and rejoined his old partner,david poe, in a sony signedmajor label extraveganza. the rest of them are waiting in dayton ohio for you to care. and you don't. and to hell with you.we talk the indie talk but we never ever ever walk the indie walk.

Sandy Taylor

This is a great cd. I got this well after release courtesy of Brian. The songs range from slow melodies to catchy hooks. I wish I could have seen Mink perform, but the cd reminds me why local music is great. Or at least in Dayton.