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Re:Psychle

by Tautologic

"an impressively ambitious example of virtuosic musicianship and deft arrangements navigating myriad sounds and styles without ever losing that essential melodic thread or propulsive rock drive…. sociological skewerings..." - Jim DeRogatis, Sound Opinions
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Loud Shoes
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2. Not If but When
2:19 $1.00
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3. The Admiral
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4. The Professor
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5. On Your Left
4:06 $1.00
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6. The Choirboy
5:40 $1.00
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7. Coltrane Supermarket
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8. The Whistler
3:43 $1.00
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9. The Gospel Lady
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10. Osaka Garden
4:33 $1.00
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"an impressively ambitious example of virtuosic musicianship and deft arrangements navigating myriad sounds and styles without ever losing that essential melodic thread or propulsive rock drive. Formed in 1997 by key songwriter, guitarist, vocalist and driving force Ethan Sellers and currently completed by drummer Pat Buzby, guitarist Aaron Weistrop, bassist Nathan Britsch, saxophonist Chris Greene and violinist Emily Albright, Tautologic is all the more relevant for lyrics that deal not with lamia, slippermen, tales from topographic oceans and the other stuff or progressive-rock lore, but with Ray Davies-style sociological skewerings of 'burnout roommates and their psychotic crack-whore girlfriends, tube socks, crazy homeless people, indie hipsters, quasi-terroristic rants against totalitarian utility companies and anything else that entertains and/or irritates.'"
-Jim DeRogatis from NPR's Sound Opinions

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