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Even In Blackouts

Foreshadows On The Wall

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Released on November 11, 2003

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Even in Blackouts’ second release, “Foreshadows on the Wall,”(EP) adds to their manifesto of creating acoustic music that is both powerful and melodic. EIB is comprised of the mighty voice of vocalist Lizzie Eldredge, Screeching Weasel co-founder, guitarist, John "Jughead" Pierson, drummer Dan Lumley (Screeching Weasel, Squirtgun, Common Rider, The Mopes), and the brothers Lipman - Brad and Dan-E.

Their complex and throaty vocal arrangements and all-acoustic accompaniment is punk stripped down to the core. John Jughead leads a troupe of modern-day minstrels, in a direction that grabs the attention of those familiar with his previous body of work; the fast electric, perfectly timed three-cord suburban-core, meat and potatoes of modern punk influences.

EIB is a new flavor driven by the clean tone offered by acoustic accompaniment. However the energy still remains strong even without the familiar sound of distortion.

"Foreshadows..." will be released with limited edition art that features a glow in the dark book and tray card. The release also feature's a special musical appearance by Dan Vapid (Screeching Weasel, Methadones, Riverdales, Mopes). The official release date of this album is November 25th, but Interpunk has special permission to release it on November 11th.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 15 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 In A Letter Never Sent Voted #1  35%
2 Tears Of A Clown  3%
3 The Devil's Deed Or No Noose Is Good Noose  10%
4 It's All I Can Do  5%
5 Every Night Voted #2  28%
6 The Writer Voted #3  18%
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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Nov 11 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great Glow In The Dark CDEP. I have never heard an acoustic band sound sooo good. If you don't know the obvious, Jughead from Screeching Weasel and Phillip from The Teen Idols are in this band with an amazing singer. They even cover "Every Night" by Screeching Weasel. This is a great collectible CDEP!

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Rupert from Neptune, NJ 
Mar 3 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

take the accousic sound of frente...mix it up with the vocal similarities of tilt..and you get EIB. its an acquired taste for sure. if youre a might like this. i dont think ill be keeping this cd. i mihgt try to pass it off to a chick that i know. or use the handy glow in the dark cover as a night light.

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Sam from Crestline, CA 
Jan 28 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Another great release from EIB. This band has the most original sound out there and this EP can prove it. Six songs that will inevitably become stuck in your head, with "The Writer" ahead of the pack. If you haven't seen this band yet (and how could you not? They only tour 360 days a year) get off your lazy ass(es) and check 'em out.

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Caleb from Cowpens, SC 
Jan 14 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is strange. At first, I was like,"Wow. This sounds like fucking Dixie Chicks or something." But really, as I got more and more into it, it is a great CD. The female vocals are really masterful, as well as the basslines and let's face it- Jughead's here! This CD is kinda like... good.

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Adam from Las Cruces, NM 
Jan 2 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a Great album by a Great Band!!! Just as Good as the first but, it's kinda short. All in All it's totally worth buying if your a EIB Fan.

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Gary from Laurens, SC 
Dec 19 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is pretty good, but not near as good as their LP. The best songs are tracks #1, #5, and #6. I love the design of the cd.

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Andrew from Mentor, OH 
Dec 18 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is an okay CD. I like the songs, but none of them really stand out and make me want to keep listening to this disc over and over. The cover of Screeching Weasel's 'Every Night' is by far the best song, but I could be biased because Screeching Weasel is my all time favorite. A good effort by the band, but I would recommend 'Myths & Imaginary Magicians' before picking this one up. Regardless, I got a limited edition light bulb and poster signed by the band with my order, so I am happy! (These will fetch me some major loot one day on good old Ebay, boo yeah!)

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Shahab from Placentia, CA 
Dec 2 2003 Rating: 1/5 Stars

The first Even In Blackouts CD is a classic and will always be loved. Their live performance is brilliant. This CD is either horrible, or it will take some time to get used to. Either way, if you don't own Even in Blackouts, get their first CD instead of this one. This one will scare you away.

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Alex from So. Amboy, NJ 
Nov 17 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

An AMAZING ep. A perfect compliment to their first album. Don't let the acoustic punk scare you, this ain't no dashboard shit. This is real punk rock, unplugged. It's only 6 songs but its well worth the money.

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Eli from Fairmont, WV 
Nov 17 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Not really what i was expecting from this band, i actually had no idea that they had a femalr lead vocalist. This is not that Dashboard Confessional emo crap that you hear on MTV, while they do play all accustic they play as if it is reverb packed, overdriven punk rock. The best song on the album is the Screeching Weasel cover, the worst song is "Tears of a clown" which i always skip. Overall not a bad album though.

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