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by The Bronzed Chorus

The hard to find first album now available for download!!!
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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1. Tired of Trying To Sound Smart
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2. Martext
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3. Inbetween
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4. Friendly Distance
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5. War of the Bees
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6. Tunnel Cars
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7. Bubbles
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8. Intro
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9. War of the Seahorse
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10. People Shapes
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Album Notes
Self-released in 2007.
This was the bands debut album, recorded in the confines of a bedroom. Luckily having only two members it made the process a little more comfortable than one would expect. It was recorded in a live format with no overdubs whatsoever, over a time constrained 48-hour period.The premise of the album was to concentrate on images and ideas, short and sweet, and to the point. Conveying what other instrumental/post-rock bands would elaborate on and on about, in short powerful bursts of cathartic thunder. That being said the album most definitely has a punk inflected feel.
With a closer listen, one would also realize that the band had yet to incorporate the keyboard on this album. Their 2009 sophomore release "I'm the Spring" on Hello Sir Records has many strong moments where the drummers one arm drums one arm keys technique shine. But do not be fooled. Thurtythurty doesn't miss a beat without it.


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