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Middle Class Rut's two members, Sean and Zack, have been playing together since they were teenagers in Sacramento. The band has spent the past four years crafting new songs and allowing the style and sound of their project to evolve and establish itself. They record every song they write almost immediately in their rehearsal space, capturing the instantaneous spirit of a track while still in the moment. The band's debut, No Name No Color, is a collection of these recordings, which they elected to use rather than attempt to recreate the spark of the original tracks later in a studio.
Middle Class Rut's two members, Sean and Zack, have been playing together since they were teenagers in Sacramento. The band has spent the past four years crafting new songs and allowing the style and sound of their project to evolve and establish itself. They record every song they write almost immediately in their rehearsal space, capturing the instantaneous spirit of a track while still in the moment. The band's debut, No Name No Color, is a collection of these recordings, which they elected to use rather than attempt to recreate the spark of the original tracks later in a studio.
898434002338

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Format: CD
Label: BRIGHT ANTENNA
Catalog: 0002338
Rel. Date: 10/05/2010
UPC: 898434002338

No Name No Color [Digipak]
Artist: Middle Class Rut
Format: CD
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Middle Class Rut's two members, Sean and Zack, have been playing together since they were teenagers in Sacramento. The band has spent the past four years crafting new songs and allowing the style and sound of their project to evolve and establish itself. They record every song they write almost immediately in their rehearsal space, capturing the instantaneous spirit of a track while still in the moment. The band's debut, No Name No Color, is a collection of these recordings, which they elected to use rather than attempt to recreate the spark of the original tracks later in a studio.
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