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Date Released: March 8, 2005
- I'm Gonna Tell You
- Meg & Magill
- Rid of Me at Last X
- Notes to Our Leaders
- Sing Out! Sing Out! Sing Out!
- Let's Eat Our Mustakes
- Penny Look Down
- Colorful Music
- You & Me & Everyone
For the most part I really like bands with a good number of members, except of course The Polyphonic Spree who are some kind of sick cult. The sound a reasonably larger band, say a septet like Decibully, makes is just so much deeper and extravagant than most trios could make. Now this does not always equal better, but for the up-and-coming Milwaukee band all the signs are pointing to break out. For their third full-length in the relatively short life span as a band, they utilize their number of multi-instrumental members and create a huge sounding softhearted, rustic country-folk album. Everything is beautifully arranged and produced, which should be a good thing, but because of that, they have a small tendency to step on a large chunk of cheese at moments. They even go gospel on Temptation, which is interesting to say the least. This album is definitely a welcomed step forward for the band and of course the wonderful Polyvinyl, and should please the indie-rock masses without missing a note. Mpardaiolo