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Steady Jobs & Flying Cars

by Ruston Mire

The debut album from Seattle's newest pop sensation. Ruston Mire contains some true veterans of the local scene - including members of Coffin Break, Pop Sickle, Tube Top, Faster Tiger and Nevada Bachelors. This record delivers 14 solid songs with powerful
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1. Monday Or Forver
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2. Skyline 9
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3. Two Headed Monster
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4. Currently
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5. Skeletons & Mud
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6. Facedown
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7. Superimposed
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8. Livers
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9. Sick Little Drama
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10. Seeing Spots
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11. Painted By Numbers
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12. Concrete Shoes
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13. Midwestern Combine
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14. On My Mark
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Album Notes
Perception and reality are surely two different things. Imagine a band that has included members of such seminal Pacific Northwest mainstays as The Posies, Flop, Pop Sickle, The Fastbacks, Muzzle, Faster Tiger, Coffin Break, Sister Psychic, Nevada Bachelors, The Model Rockets, and Tube Top, to name a few. What kind of songs might one expect from such and ensemble? Sweetened modern rock? Unbridled power pop? Perhaps in tasteful doses. Imagine what you will, but count on Ruston mire to deliver the unexpected. If you could conceive glam rock legends The Sweet and a touring band for new wave pioneer Gary Numan, all crowded around a hi-fi and scrutinizing a slightly warped copy of XTCs drums and Wires LP: youd be on the right track to pinning down Ruston Mires sound. If not, then think of Split Enz crossed with Mott the Hoople. Above all, think quirky but compelling songs, and a cast of musicians pushing themselves in unfamiliar directions. Ruston Mire crafts 70s synth-pop with a hard hitting rhythm section into pure pop gems. Brian Nauberts collection of songs are pulled from the dark side of his extensive pop intellect and interpreted into clever word plays and passionate, full-toned guitar work along side a smooth and haunting voice.


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