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|1. Get On|
|2. Say Silence (Heaven & Earth)|
|3. Know Thy Foe|
|5. Freud Links The Teeth And The Heart|
|8. Tell It To Thebes|
|9. Letter From Pre-Med|
|12. My Wife's Grave Is In Paris|
West London’s cult alt-indie four piece Tellison return with their Peter Miles (The King Blues/Frank Turner/Dry The River) produced second album The Wages Of Fear. A bible of bruises, literary split lips and the kind of shiver-inducing depth of feeling you haven’t experienced since you first heard Bruce Springsteen.
"...on Freud Links The Teeth And The Heart, Tell It To Thebes, and the set closer My Wife's Grave Is In Paris, it shows they have the potential to reach a far wider audience than most of their contemporaries. Their sound has more 'muscle' than most." -- Get Ready To Rock
"Tellison have not only exceeded expectations, they've moved the goalposts for everyone that follows and created something that really does stand up as a contender for record of the year (and we're only in bloody April!). Well done Tellison, the mainstream is now yours for the taking."
-- Punktastic 5/5
"Turn up the volume, stick your head out of a moving car window, close your eyes and smile like a cheshire cat" -- Subba Cultcha 8/10
"`The Wages Of Fear' is very different from their debut album in that it is more consistently solid and unleashes track after track of carefully crafted indie-pop song-writing. In all fairness, it sounds like we've found the British match for all those that miss The Get Up Kids." -- Alter The Press 4.5/5