”I wanted it to be a little bit noisier and weirder than Girls Can Tell. Girls Can Tell was definitely a turning point for me as far as writing songs from a more vulnerable place, and also writing using the piano. Before that, the idea of having a piano on your record seemed, to us, really uncool. Then something happened before making Girls Can Tell where I was listening to a lot of oldies radio, and I was listening The Supremes and Elvis Costello, and I was like, "Oh, we can use this thing in a cool way." So it still had some of the elements of the more vulnerable songwriting and the more classic instrumentation, but I wanted it to feel a little weirder and more "New Wave," for lack of a better term.” - Britt Daniel
- 4th album from American indie rock band, originally released in 2002
- black vinyl pressing
- includes printed insert
- music label: Matador 2019
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