Inverse Room | Second Person E.P.

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Second Person E.P.

by Inverse Room

Nine highly concentrated, hook-soaked indie-rock songs, each around two minutes long, with lyrics suitable for quoting on your blog.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Fairfield Porter
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1:43 $0.99
2. Who Let the Gods Out?
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1:46 $0.99
3. Monotype
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2:15 $0.99
4. Ornamental Paperweight
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5. Gangbusters
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6. Rock Bottom Fails Again
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7. Saturday
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8. Alfred Hitchcock's Childhood Address
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9. Let's Be Friends
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Inverse Room is the musical alter ego of novelist J. Robert Lennon. He resides in a basement in Ithaca, New York with a dehumidifier, eight guitars, several drum machines, and many synthesizers, and is occasionally seen performing in public with a thereminist and a guy who uses pocket change as a percussion instrument.

"Second Person" is a nine-song excursion into rock and roll minimalism. Recorded at the kitchen table, the E.P. incorporates burly guitar riffs, barbed melodic hooks, shamelessly lush harmonies, and enigmatic lyrics, and can be listened to in its entirety in the time it takes to do a load of laundry or drive to the chiropractor's office. Iconic as Mao, brief as Napoleon, and stripped-down as Adam and Eve, "Second Person" will be the best nine dollars you spent this week and possibly for several weeks to come.


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