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I was totally blown away by this talented Chicago-area 60's pop/alt group from the very first time I saw them perform (9/5/05, The Courtyard, Urbana, IL). I picked up this EP as a promo when it only had two tracks (#1 Bring the Good Boys Home and #6 Heart Props), which remain my favorite tracks to this day... and I strongly recommend that you get these at the minimum. Great composition and performance, makes you long for the 60's.

They stole the show. I should know, most of my band attempted to perform after them...

The next time I saw them was at Lollapalooza 2007.

patron saint of the mediocre

just wanted to say i think the album review at the top is wrong in its critique of "patron saint of the mediocre," i think thats the best song on the album. i really like the girl's voice and i think the keyboard sounds groovy. i prefer the 1900's songs when that girl sings, thus i'm not to crazy about the majority of the tracks on this album. i suppose they sound nice, but i didnt find them too exciting. (i do like "bring the good boys home")

Biography

Formed: 2004 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Chicago indie pop outfit the 1900s officially formed in the spring of 2004, but the group's roots date back more than a decade. Singer/guitarist Edward Anderson, guitarist Mike Jasinski, and drummer Tim Minnick first collaborated in high school, playing experimental noise rock under the name Minotaurs of P. Collegiate commitments forced the project to dissolve, but in 2001 Anderson returned to Chicago, signing on with Minnick's current band, roots rockers Forty Piece Choir. His tenure proved brief,...
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