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Customer Reviews

it's awesome

this is great music. It's original and it's not the same old power chord junk. i recommend it to anyone who appreciates well-written music.

yep, awesome

After 6 years, this is still one of the best CDs I own. The songs get better with each listen. Great lyrics. Great percussion. Great melodies. Everything is great.

Phenominal

Chomsky is one of the many unsung heroes found here on itunes. They really bring "pop" music to a whole new level of complexity. The musicianship is superp and the music deserves a little time to prove itself beyond the trappings of the genre they find themselves in. It's a shame a band like this hasn't been able to find their place in the mainstream. But that's more of a statement about the state of mainstream music than it is about Chomsky. Fans of bands like Jimmy Eat World and Jet do yourselves a favor, give Chomsky a listen. You will thank me later.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Dallas-based alt-pop quintet Chomsky is comprised of members Matt Kellum (drums), Sean Halleck (guitar, vocals), Glen Reynolds (guitar, vocals), Don Cento (keyboards), and James Driscoll (bass), most of who met each other during their college careers. Musically comparable to such late-'90s pop-punk chart-toppers as Blink 182, Green Day, and Weezer (with perhaps a dash of such emo outfits as Sunny Day Real Estate mixed in), Chomsky issued a pair of releases -- 1999's A Few Possible Selections for...
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