Eric Yeschke (of Expensive $hit, Raw Blow, etc.) recorded this record at The Nerve and did a wonderful job doing so!
Gladly -- thanks for reading!
You'll note that I've added an update at the top as of 4 p.m. on Jan. 16 -- Misra explained that Paste got multiple copies of the album, but it sounds like the one that ended up in Ms. Grimm's hands was the out-of-order one. Either way, it appears Misra removed the emailed rant from its website.
This is a sidebar to a longer piece. The longer piece is linked to at the beginning, where it says "see our companion piece."
Since there were two comments, I flipped a coin -- heads was Mike, tails was JD. Tails came up, so I'll be sending you an email, JD! Congrats!
Thanks for playing along, all ... two of you! :)
Did you read the review, or just two words of it? I literally wrote, "the compositions are too complex for [the label pop-punk]." I also referred to this band as an "indie-rock band," and noted exactly what part of the music sounds to be on the verge of pop-punk: the vocals. But thanks for the history lesson!
I was digging these Gerald Ford jerseys some of them were wearing: http://www.freep.com/article/20120827/COL0…
The attribution of the entry quoted has been changed -- it was indeed written by Mark Coleman and not J.D. Considine. We apologize for the error.
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