Self Against City - Telling Secrets to Strangers

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Self Against City will release their first full-length album, Telling Secrets to Strangers on January 9, 2007. Hailing from Sacramento CA, this pop group created a nice buzz for themselves with their 2004 EP Take It How You Want It. Produced by Steven Haigler (The Pixies, Fuel) Telling Secrets to Strangers is full of what Self Against City does best: melodic indie-pop songs with big guitars and lead singer Jonathan Michael's trip-wire vocals. The band's been schooled in rock n' roll university, i.e., touring a big country in a small van, and every triumph and misbegotten adventure has been converted to song. Beginning the album with their self-ascribed mission statement Becoming a Monster, peaking with the tuneful-guitar centered Disappearing Act, and ending with Back to Our Innocence, a full-circle rocker that serves as the perfect grace note.

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1) Becoming a Monster
2) Stroke of Luck
3) Ready and Willing
4) Even the Strong Won't Survive
5) Disappearing Act
6) Tequila Moonlight
7) Talking to the Mirror
8) You Got It
9) Smooth Silver
10) Yours Isn't the First
11) Back to Our Innocence

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