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Album: Fallow
# Song Title   Time
1)    Illustrated Bible Stories For Children
2)    Diagnosis
3)    Confessions of a Futon-Revolutionist
4)    None of the Above
5)    Letter of Resignation
6)    Leash
7)    Wellington's Wednesdays
8)    Last Last One, The
9)    Greatest Hits Collection
10)    Sounds Familiar
11)    Anchorless
12)    Fallow
 

Album: Fallow
# Song Title   Time
1)    Illustrated Bible Stories For Children
2)    Diagnosis
3)    Confessions of a Futon-Revolutionist
4)    None of the Above
5)    Letter of Resignation
6)    Leash
7)    Wellington's Wednesdays
8)    Last Last One, The
9)    Greatest Hits Collection
10)    Sounds Familiar
11)    Anchorless
12)    Fallow
 
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Performer Notes
  • The Weakerthans includes: John Samson (vocals, guitar); John P. Sutton (vocals, bass); Stephen Carroll (guitar); Jason Tait (drums, saw).
  • Additional personnel: Roberta Dempster (vocals); Lloyd Peterson (electric slide guitar).
  • Recorded at Private Ear Studios, Winnipeg, Canada in 1997.
  • Personnel: John K. Samson (vocals, guitar); John P. Sutton (vocals); Stephen Carroll (guitar); Jason Tait (drums).
  • Audio Mixers: Daryn Barry; Alfio Annibolini.
  • Recording information: Private Ear Studios, Winnipeg (1997).
  • Photographer: Jon Schledewitz.
  • Even though the Weakerthans feature bassist extraordinaire John K. Samson (formerly of Propaghandi), there is no way this could even come close to a musical comparison with his former band. These guys are a lot more laid-back, almost folky at times but in a way that couldn't be categorized as a hippie band. Lyrically, Samson's pen has a sharp, poetic tone, making it impossible for one not to be taken into his stories. Just imagine Jawbreaker meeting the Smoking Popes, but with a relaxed energy level that doesn't bore the listener. They even successfully incorporate a bow saw into their music -- how about that for innovation? ~ Mike DaRonco
Professional Reviews
CMJ (11/8/99, p.23) - "...a textured, emotive post-hardcore affair....full of pensive moments and sudden fervor to match."
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