Yeah, So?

by Lonely Trailer

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Guitar, bass, and drums with compelling harmonies. This is the 11th full length release for this Urbana, Illinois three-piece. Frantic playing, varied time signatures, and atypical subject matter, make them responsible for more than their fair share of nightmares. Excellent!

Since 1986, Lonely Trailer has recorded 95 songs on 7 full-length releases. Their sound has been compared to the Minutemen, Captain Beefheart, XTC, and the Beach Boys. Lonely Trailer songs are filled with harmonies, off-kilter lyrics, and unexpected hooks. They continually change directions as the dynamics lead you on, leaving you hanging, but then suddenly satisfying your audio appetite.

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released March 22, 1994

The first 10 tracks are T.J.'s dog Maggie barking and scratching around by the front door as Tim and T.J. giggle on the porch. They thought it would sound neat as an intro and when you hit shuffle on your audio player.
T. J. Harrison Bass and vocals on Loading Up and Roadrunner
Brian Reedy Drums and vocals
Tim Stephens Guitar and vocals

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Lonely Trailer Urbana, Illinois

Lonely Trailer are great storytellers and they've been telling weird stories for 25 years. Their songs are loaded with harmonies, off-kilter lyrics, and unexpected hooks. Their sound has been compared to the Minutemen, Captain Beefheart, XTC, and the Beach Boys. The band still plays shows frequently in and around Champaign-Urbana, IL. ... more

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