The Number Eight - Do Something Nice For Someone You Don't Know

2010-05-30 11:52:46 UTC
The Number Eight is a band from Kalamazoo, MI heavily influenced by shoegaze, post rock, and slowcore. The Number Eight started as Tim Tapper’s solo endeavor, though now includes Carman Goodrich, as well as additional members during live performances and studio sessions. Band Members [ full-time members ] are... Tim Tapper Carman Goodrich [ live / studio help ] Jarad Selner James Duke ~~~~~~~~~ ( And here goes a quite mellow and easy to digest listen. [ MySpace ] | [ Last.fm ] ). ~~~~~~~~ Artist - The Number Eight Album - Do Something Nice For Someone You Don't Know Release Date - 2010 Genre - Experimental, Indie, Alternative Tracklist 1 - something is happening 2 - cease fire 3 - no static 4 - kitchen song 5 - not until it ends 6 - shallow punk 7 - backslider 8 - it can only be so far away -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Number Eight - Do Something Nice For Someone You Don't Know -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: oneplusone | Moving Mountains | Dilute | Modest Mouse | Yo La Tengo --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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