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Bats And Mice

Believe It Mammals

Lovitt 27

Released on April 2, 2002


For those who like to keep score, Bats & Mice contains members of Four Hundred Years, Sleepytime Trio, Maximillian Colby, Milemarker, Rah Bras, Men's Recovery Project, and a whole cavalcade of outfits you read about in Punk Planet. But this quartet out of Richmond, Virginia, forgets the brash, vitriolic excursions of their earlier projects and instead zeroes in on instrumental interplay and unforgettable hooks.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 A Safe Bet Voted #1  50%
2 Undress Princess Voted #2  33%
3 I'm Not Surprised  0%
4 Sliding Scale  0%
5 Worst Comes To Worst Voted #3  17%
6 Hallway  0%
7 A Polished Facade  0%
8 Enough For You  0%
9 Motel  0%
10 Where's Ann Arbor  0%
11 Easy  0%
12 In Spite Of  0%
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Lisa from Plano, TX 
Dec 28 2002 Rating: 2/5 Stars

not to good. the first song kills but the rest does not. imagine jejune without joe on vocals instead of araby. also if jejune wasn't creative at all. this is a shock from a guy like ben davis who was in sleepytime trio and milemarker. this is three fourths of sleepytime and it is lacking without drew ringo.

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