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3/27/19
by Mina Keohane
Looking for a Jazz Jam? Indy's Got You.
Heya! Mina here. I read an article a while back on NPR’s blog with the headline “The Onc...
3/15/19
by Jim Rawlinson
Salad Days: talking Indy's DIY legacy with Three Carrots' Ian Phillips
The 90’s hardcore scene in Indiana was an insular one, like most subcultures. Part of a greate...
3/1/19
by Kati Taylor
Mark Dippel - Mild Agoraphobia Album Release Show
Mark Dippel’s album release show happened February 22, 2019 at Healer with Special guest perfo...

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 2003, No Record Label / St. Ives (reissue),

Performed by Jon Rogers, Dan Schepper, Rob Williamson, Ben Sutton, and Drew Deboy.

Recorded by Jon Rogers at Wayne Street and 525 House in Muncie, 2003. Mixed by Tyler Watkins. 

Reissued on limited-edition, hand-designed vinyl (minus the songs "I Am Trying to Break Your Neck" and "Promising & Pretentious") by St. Ives/Secretly Canadian in 2006.

Now part of the Holy Infinite Freedom Revival.

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    Promise or Pretense
     
     
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    I Am Trying to Break Your Neck
     
     
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    Bowel Sonata (Movements 1, 2, & 3)
     
     
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    I'm a Bastard
     
     
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    Angina Pectoris
     
     
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    The Joe Chip Money
     
     
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    My Christian Friends, You Have Ruined the Life Cycle
     
     
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    Promising and Pretentious
     
     
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    Closer to the Ghosts
     
     

Recent Blog Posts

3/27/19
by Mina Keohane
Looking for a Jazz Jam? Indy's Got You.
Heya! Mina here. I read an article a while back on NPR’s blog with the headline “The Onc...
3/15/19
by Jim Rawlinson
Salad Days: talking Indy's DIY legacy with Three Carrots' Ian Phillips
The 90’s hardcore scene in Indiana was an insular one, like most subcultures. Part of a greate...
3/1/19
by Kati Taylor
Mark Dippel - Mild Agoraphobia Album Release Show
Mark Dippel’s album release show happened February 22, 2019 at Healer with Special guest perfo...