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People That I Meet

The Natural History

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depth in songs and bass, bass, bass!!!!

awesome bass lines, great vocals with sparse phrasing that seeps into the songs. if you like spoon, (yeah, yeah, the similarities, except for the fact that these guys dont really cater to a mass audience. you can feel the heart of each track a bit more. great record!!!

the original writers of "Don't You Ever"

It's good that spoon put thier version on the EP.

A phenomenal final album

I've been waiting for this album to come out for the past four years and I'm glad to see it finally got released. They really evolved their sound throughout a lot of the album while still having some familiar sounds. It's a shame the band is gone, but at least we finally got this album.

Biography

Formed: 2001

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

The Natural History are a New York City-based trio, featuring brothers Max Tepper on guitar/vocals and Julian Tepper on bass, with drummer Derek Vockins as the only other member. Max Tepper and drummer Vockins had both been playing in emo-rock/math-rock bands (similar to Don Caballero and Fugazi), before their mutual interests began to change. By the beginning of 2001, they were ready to try something new, and they began reaching back into the past, pulling out influences from their youth, including...
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People That I Meet, The Natural History
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop
  • Released: Oct 08, 2007

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