Finally! After years of Adam Selzer records that you didn’t bother to buy, Adam has finally released an studio album worth owning! Featuring his Maritime Band (Joe Cato on drums, Margret Chang on violin), as well as a host of others (Diana Obscura on cello, Jamie Warner on guitar, David Rood on guitar, Kurt Vile on organ), the album has a full, yet realistic sound that is instantly accessible, though not quite like any other sound on the market. Lyrically and musically, the album appeals to the humorous, dramatic and sympathetic sides of human nature. This time, the album actually sounds good.
It contains songs entitled, “I Thought She Was a Goth” and “Dread”. The CD also promises, “More details, as such things are wont to be, are inside.” – one of the amazing perks about buying a CD over digital to be sure. The CD cover also recommends you not to push cheerleaders down the stairs.
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