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spot you in the crowd

by dimmer

A hybrid rock band reminiscent of Toad The Wet Sprocket, Live, and R.E.M.
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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1. Bottle Up Your Smile
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2. All About You
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3. Clear My Head
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4. Pretentiousland
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5. Goodbye You
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6. Instance
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7. Insecure
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8. Good Morning Mommy
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9. I Know
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Album Notes
dimmer was formed in November of 2001 by Tony Weeks and Tom Rogers in the small southeastern town of Americus, GA. Both solo artists and natives of the area, Weeks and Rogers had known each other for years, but had never collaborated musically. Originally planned as a one song collaboration, the dimmer project quickly developed into the ideal musical situation for each. Roger's musical ideas and technical proficiency matched with Weeks personal and conversational lyrical style made songwriting easy and well rounded. The next step was to find a drummer who shared this same musical chemistry. Weeks and Rogers knew exactly who they wanted and found the perfect match in Derek Hall of the now defunct band Thousand Faces. Derek's skills were legendary in the area and his enthusiasm and love for music and the project was the last piece to the puzzle. dimmer was born. The recent addition of talented guitarist Shane Short has helped bring the dimmer sound to life on stage.

With a hybrid sound reminiscent of Toad the Wet Sprocket, Live, and R.E.M., dimmer released its first self-produced full length CD Spot You In The Crowd in late 2002.

All music by Tom Rogers
All lyrics by Tony Weeks
Percussion arrangements by Derek Hall
String arrangements by Tim Thom
Package design and layout by Michael Medders, Jonas Eason, and Josh Gardner at "Local Film".

Produced, engineered, mixed, and mastered by Tom Rogers at Tom Rogers Studio (Americus and Buena Vista, GA)
Strings engineered by Tony Weeks (Los Angeles, CA)


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( All the way from ) Bonnie Scotland

Nothing dim about this band
I just liked the CD cover, but I connected with all the songs and now I listen to it all the time. You should really buy this CD if you call youself a music fan.

wan stead

got it. real meaning. lots of music. understood the songs.
this ceedee is totally fantasia! i mean, golly sarge. we all need this one. it really beats to another drummer. three thumbs!


dimmer is all you need to be happy!

Dave Gough, England

Pure Class
Any album that is described as reminiscent of Toad The Wet Sprocket, Live, and R.E.M. was worth a listen. And thank god I did because its great. Buy it now!!!

Shane Short

A musical masterpiece that is sure to make it!
Spot you in the Crowd contains every element needed to become a huge selling album. A stong groove is produced in each song through the use of acoustic and eletrical guitar, which is highlighted by the fancy percussion work, not to mention the strong lyrical hold that each verse unleashes to make this album a musical masterpiece. If you like catching the music before everyone else, now would be the time to check this one out!


When I listen to a CD, there are usually a couple of songs I really like. The great thing about the Dimmer "Spot You in the Crowd" CD is that I love every song on it! This CD is definitely worth the investment. Buy it now while it is still available!


This one will be in the CD player for a while...
I just bought this CD a couple of days ago and I already know every word. Vocals and Music, this CD has some of the best!


This band rocks so hard!
OMG! I love LOVE this cd! It rocks so damn hard! Goodbye You is the bestest song ever! The whole cd kicks ass. It hasnt left my changer yet and I've had it a few weeks now.


99x Soundmenu Picks of the Week
"jangly, swooping guitars and shaky, emotional vocals reminiscient of that classic early 90's college radio sound." -- February 2003 -- RE: show at Smith's Olde Bar


"When he’s not doing the lone-guy-with-a-guitar bit, he (Weeks) fronts a “hybrid rock band” called dimmer, that’s part Toad The Wet Sprocket, part Live, part Gin Blossoms. All good. dimmer’s songs share many aspects of Week’s solo work: memorable hooks, an impressive use of dynamics, and a willingness to tackle raw emotional subject matter without getting obtuse or lachrymose." -- August 2003
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