Hot Probs - Colossal - Welcome The Problems (CD, Album)
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Colossal is an American indie rock band from Elgin, Illinois, United States, formed in They have one EP and one full-length, and have appeared on multiple compilations. Their lyrics and musicianship display a depth much like that found in math rock.. Band history. Colossal was formed in Elgin, Illinois, in late by friends Jeff Feucht (bass), Jason Flaks (trumpet, guitar, vocals), Rob.
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Welcome the Problems, an Album by Colossal. Released 21 September on Asian Man (catalog no. AM; CD). Genres: Midwest Emo. Featured peformers: Pat Ford (vocals, guitar), Jason Flaks (vocals, guitar, trumpet), Eli Caterer (bass), Rob Kellenberger (drums), Scott Adamson (aka_text mixer role_id aka_text).
Sep 13, · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Purple Vinyl release of Welcome The Problems on Discogs/5(16).
The full-length debut by suburban Chicago's Colossal, following 's Brave the Elements EP, mixes the post-rock lyricism of the Sea and Cake or the Coctails (singer Jason Flaks also blows a mean muted trumpet) with the more assertive, tricksy edge of bands like Karate or even Tortoise. In other words, the songs are quite often pretty, but in a cerebral, chilly sort of way.5/5(2).
Apr 07, · Colossal soundtrack from , composed by Bear McCreary. Released by Lakeshore Records in containing music from Colossal ().
Every serious music lover needs to own this album, period. Making me proud to be from Chicago, Colossal finally grace us with a full length after their self-titled EP had us all drooling for more. Sure, Mike Kinsella beat them to the punch combining jazz-tone guitars weaving intricate lines with trumpet over top, but now Colossal have perfected the sound and are making it rock harder.
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