Spouse | Nozomi

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by Spouse

Schizophrenic indie pop with memorable hooks, and yummy ear candy.
Genre: Pop: New Wave
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1. Androgynous
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2. Bang
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3. Telephrenic
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4. Ni Una Sola Vez
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5. Wonder Woman
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6. Dumbest Joke
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7. Drag Queen
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8. Japanese Sandals
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9. Focus
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10. Superman
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11. Knob
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12. San Francisco
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13. Falling Down
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14. My Left Hand
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Album Notes
Spouse is led by José Ayerve. The band is based in New England.

Nozomi is the first full-length effort by Spouse. It was produced and recorded by Thom Monahan (Devendra Banhart, Pernice Brothers) and Mark Alan Miller (Unband, Dinosaur Jr., Sebadoh).

Spouse is:

José Ayerve
Liz Bustamante
John Cowden
Alisha Goldblatt
Michael Merenda
Thom Monahan
Dan Pollard

The track 'Superman' was featured on This American Life with Ira Glass in February of 2001.


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Mark Schwaber

THE record...
This record, along with the Scud Mountain Boys "Pine Box", Bad Brains "I against I", Mile Davis' "Kind of Blue" and Elliott Smith's "Either/Or" helped shaped the way I looked at music. Truly one of the best records I've ever heard.