The 2003 album from The Organ.
"Comprising five girls from Vancouver, the Organ are well named as Jenny Smith’s Hammond is a signature sound on most tracks here. They’ve played with the likes of Interpol, Hot Hot Heat and The Walkmen and, like those other revivalists, musically they sound like early 80s new wave bands, especially on "˜There Is Nothing I Can Do’ with its chiming guitars, pulsing bass, snappy snare drums and cool vocals. The guitar on "˜We’ve Got To Meet’ is very Joy Division glacial while Katie Sketch’s vocals are surprising Morrissey-like. By contrast, "˜It’s Time To Go’ bucks the trend by being as dance-punky as Le Tigre. Minimalist arrangements and some neat melodies make this worth investigating." - SoundsXP
Learn more about The Organ at http://www.theorgan.ca
Learn more about Global Symphonic at http://www.globalsymphonic.com
. Possible influences include: Lush, Elastica, The Who Previews - Sinking Hearts
01. We've Got To Meet - Listen!
02. I Am Not Surprised - Listen!
03. It's Time To Go - Listen!
04. Sinking Hearts - Listen!
05. There Is Nothing I Can Do - Listen!
06. No One Has Ever Looked So Dead - Listen! Bonus
- Album package comes with complete artwork and lyrics including three PDF pages.
Album File Size - MP3 Format - 20.81 MB
Album File Size - CD-quality Lossless FLAC Format - 172.61 MB