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This Is What I Know About Bein [EP]

Minus the Bear Audio CD

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2012, Summer. Seattle, Washington, something mucho significant was built by 5 dudes’ touch. It is called Infinity Overhead. When the air filled with this piece, heat, light, noise and color to be transformed into stream and traveled through the air with the time shift. Pull and push, depth versus altitude. This romance is like having a high tech air-in choccolata from east village. Once ... Read more in Amazon's Minus the Bear Store

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing 9 Dec 2002
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Seattle is so lucky to house the band, Minus the Bear. They are remarkable live, and this cd lives up to their live shows. If you have gotten to a place where you are dissapointed in music in general, listen to this because it will give you faith in the innovative possibilities music has to offer.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars this cd is absolutely brilliant 23 April 2002
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i don't know what that other person was talking about. i don't really consider minus the bear "emo" at all. anyway, this is really good, ambient yet energetic music. he(or she) was right about that part. it's sophisticated yet retains a simple beauty. a lot of the guitar parts are fingertapped, and it's intricate, but it impresses and exhilarates at the same time. this CD is amazing and well worth the money. i can't wait for the full length. their live show was incredible too.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars toast 7 Jun 2003
By Mongoose Harker - Published on
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there's this bizarre undertone of modesty and shyness in the music; bizarre because of their exceptional and obvious talent. sometimes people get blow-up heads (ref. blow up dolls/egolomania) like mr. oye but these lads have got it. i think they deserve an unsopken tribute---not a public memoral park or statue necessarily, but at least someone should name a good cocktail after them. one with raspberry liquer and vodka and champagne--for starters.
8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An old geezer digs it 1 July 2004
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I'm an older music listener who prefers the prog-rock of the 70's, psychedelia of the 60's and classic/bebop jazz of the 40's & 50's over most other styles of music. I loathe commercial radio and the cookie cutter trash that's passed off as good music. But, sadly, it's always been that way. Most folks actually believe that just because it's popular, it's good. No, no, no.
I'll also add that the whole emo thing bored me immediately so I didn't bother to listen, but, this band here, whoa, this band, on first listen might be misconstrued as a boring emo band, but no. Upon further listening, these young cats rock. MTB may very well, with their ethereal twists and turns and bullet sharp aim at a shaky target be on the verge of starting the next phase of modern progressive rock. Yes, it's modern, and I never thought I'd find myself liking anything modern, but I'm captured. Good news is, these guys are too good to be played on crummy product-pop radio and that, although they won't get rich, will keep them creative and intense. I hope they stay together and continue to progress. (Refering to this album and Highly Refined Pirates)
Long live Minus The Bear!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars great beginning 17 Mar 2007
By Benjamin Moureau-lucadamo - Published on
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The band definitely made progress after this ep, but it is very much Minus the Bear and there are a lot of similarities between this and Highly Refined Pirates. As usual they cannot be placed in any one genre (try indie, dance, electronic, ambient, etc.) which is the reason their sound is celebrated as being fresh and original. Dave Knudson is by far one of the most influential guitar players in indie/pop music today. The synchronization of tracks 3-5
is awesome, it's actually hard to listen to the tracks independently.
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