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Math The Band / Don't Worry
Album:Don't Worry Collection:General
Artist:Math The Band Added:11/2009
Label:Slanty Shanty Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2009-11-22 Pull Date:2010-01-24 
Week Ending:24 Jan17 Jan10 Jan3 Jan13 Dec6 Dec

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4.Fri, 11 May 12:Merricat McGee
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2.Sat, 03 Aug 13:Eme O
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5.Thu, 05 Apr 12:aj
The Fall of Math
3.Thu, 24 May 12:aj
The Fall of Math
6.Fri, 16 Mar 12:Merricat McGee

Album Review
Trent Kay
Reviewed 2009-11-15 
Fast & dancey 8-bit blast of sheer fucking awesome. Boyfriend and girlfriend outfit out of New Bedford, Mass. Their second record. Short (2-3min), superfast energy sonics. Crazed, yelled vocals. Lyrics that reference the lyrics on other tracks. Tinny, high-pitched, metallic Game Boy goodness. All the songs end with a gong noise (?!). Holy shit, dudes. Please skank to this in the dj booth. Play play play play play.

try: 4, 5, 2, 1, 9
FCC clean

*1. fast. happy, exuberant. but: soft start. full volume at :12. vamps “everybody have fun tonight!” ends with a spoken sample (after the gong).
*2. mid-fast, bouncy. awesome synth melody. “good enough isn’t good enough!”
3. doubled upfront vocals. hard-hitting call-backs. somewhat discordant chorus. random grandiose bridge. calms down a little for the last few seconds.
*4. fast. line dance instructions over crazed honky keys. “everybody throw your hands in the air!”
*5. mid-fast. great overarching synth line w/doubled vocal melody. “what’s the deal with the horses?” a bit of a bridge in minute 2. the longest track on the record at 3:37.
6. mid-fast. pan pipes synth. very video gamey. comparably tame and almost classically melodic. “whatever happened to big foot?”
7. mid-tempo, laid back, sing-songy -- could be an 8-bit cover of a pop punk / old school emo song. “this is how we put our clothes on.” nice keys breakdown at very end.
8. mid-fast. somewhat fuzzy bass synth. sparkling, scattershot key runs.
*9. mid-fast. driving tinny drums. “it’s so awesome... yeah!” randomly vamps “it’s the end of the world as we know it”.

Track Listing
1.Hang Out / Hang Ten 5.Tour De Friends
2.Why Didn't You Get A Haircut 6.Big Foot
3.Introducing The Magic Eye 7.Cardboard Room
4.The Adventures Of Brian Townsend 8.Almost!
 9.It's Gonna Be Awesome