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10/16/2013

nichts - There are no details about the band. There is no band. 
Sometimes the Day(The Pretentious Pencils '94)
By nichts 
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MiddleAgeMusic (song submitter) [10/16/2013 12:20:06 PM EST]
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Thanks for the comments, folks. While not from 1894, this is from a past century. Unklespaz, that picture would have made a great album cover. Of course, this was from the days of cassette, so the picture would have been very small on the case. This is from a full tape that was recorded/produced using two Tascam PortaOne units. I later digitalized it, and then recently stumbled upon it. I'm on bass and lead vocals here. Drums are by Bobby Sundre, Guitars and harmonies (and patient, responsible production) are by Blake Jones, whose current musical ventures can be sought out starting here: http://www.blakejonesmusic.com
unklespaz [10/16/2013 10:03:07 AM EST]
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it's sort of like triumph meets cream? killer stuff
I was curious so I googled pretentious pencils and found this http://www.flickr.com/photos/magnusinvictus/110511828/lightbox/

you always do great work but I often am at a loss for how to critique or even compliment you :)
unklespaz [posted during evaluation]
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more like 2094 when they realize this is the only good music
burntusa [posted during evaluation]
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wow this is from 1894?
From, "Meet the Pretentious Pencils" (the first/last tape by the band)

Personnel:
Blake Jones: Guitars, impossible harmony vocals
Rob Darby: Bass, lead vocals
Bobby Sundre: Awesome drums