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Customer Reviews

These guys are good

I heard about these guys through a sampler cd containing a bunch of band that are signed by drive-thru records. The song i heard was i am the doctor. Now at first this song seemed VERY VERY strange given the lyrics. but the tune was catchy and i liked the singers voice nonetheless, so i checked out the rest of their stuff and it turns out all of it is well thought out, clever, and catchy music. You will regret not looking in to these guys, so get the cd now!

My favorite band

Socratic is my favorite band and every new album they come out with is just remarkably unique and fantastic. There is not a single song on any of their albums that I do not love. I highly recommend this album and any other Socratic album to anyone. I introduced this band to all of my friends and now they're obsessed too! I have not met anyone that knows the band and does not love them.

Buy This

This is Socratic's best work, and it truly is an album the warrents praise. Much better than their newer album.


Formed: 2001 in New Jersey

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

New Jersey's Socratic featured vocalists/guitarists Duane Okun and Kevin Bryan, percussionist Tom Stratton, bassist Adam Swider, and pianist Vincent D'Amico. The band issued the EP It's Getting Late through No Milk in 2002, then jumped to Drive-Thru for the September 2005 full-length Lunch for the Sky. The album was filled with Socratic's earnest take on emo-pop, a piano- and vocal-heavy sound in the vein of acts like the Early November or the New Amsterdams. Shows were played with acts like Small...
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