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Trust Foundation


Tomato Head 12

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Indie rock that rocks from Brian Moss (Wunder Years) and Steve Choi (The Chinkees)! 5 songs that you'll never forget and will play over and over again. Simply amazing. Get it.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Old Man Maple Voted #3  17%
2 Watership  8%
3 Picturebook  17%
4 The Exhibition Voted #1  33%
5 Chalice (outro) Voted #2  25%
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Sam from Montreal, PQ Canada 
Oct 9 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

steve choi and brian moss what a good mix. greath stuff . brian doesn t like sexy waitress restaurant.but he enjoy too much my bed and playing duck hunt. steve like more megaman 2

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David from Lemon Grove, CA 
Jul 27 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

First things First - Anything involving singer/guitarist/musician/songwriter-extraordinaire Brian Moss is gold. If you see his name on something, buy it! His other bands include: The Wunder Years, The Ghost, Hanalei.

*The songs are listed in the wrong order on the CD jacket. song 3 and 4 are switched. Track 3 is really called "The Exhibition" and track 4 is "Picturebook"*

This short-lived 2-man project came to life somewhere, I Believe, between the end of the Wunder Years & before the creation of the Ghost. There are six tracks here. Really there are five, the last track is only a one minute outro. Regardless, these five songs are nothing short of musical genius.

01.Old Man Maple- Picking up where the Wunder Years left off, this is a rowdy rocker, with a catchy main riff and throaty vocals.

02.Watership- Very catchy guitars, great bouncy bass line. Verses and outro show off the softer side.

*03.The Exhibition- If there is a standout track, this is it. Very pretty, great lyrics and vocals. The bridge riff will be stuck in your head for months. Brians next band the Ghost also do a version of this song, slightly different, equally good. This is how I know the song titles are switched on the CD jacket, because the Ghost also do this song, but not "Picturebook".

*04.Picturebook- Rocker with hauntingly eerie verses sandwhiched between heavy guitar choruses and bridges.

05.Chalice- Great moving bass lines, intricate guitars. Very moody and grooving with a hard hitting powerful breakdown towards the last quarter of the song.

This is an amazing EP. For fans of indie-rock and post-punk type stuff. Goes great on a mixed CD with other Brian Moss Bands.

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Simon from Buderim, Australia 
Dec 26 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

mystic in every sense of the word------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Mac from Alamo, CA 
Jul 7 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is an amazing cd. i want more songs though. The Wunder Years (RIP) and The Chinkees. seriously, how could you go wrong? only buy this if you are fans of those bands or want to try something new. this sounds very similar to The Wunder Years, but with a little less edge. all in all, this is almost a perfect cd.

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Kevin from Haddonfield, NJ 
Oct 4 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

pretty good ep the only problem is its only 4 songs. they are still good though. this is a rock cd and it shows. very good songwriting by the amazing brian moss and solid collaborating with steven choi. worth checking out.

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Tony from Redwood Valley, CA 
Mar 23 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If you don't know about Brian Moss(Wunder Year,The Ghost) and all his outstanding bands.. you should. This album is a great work between him (Brian) and steve choi (the chinkee's). It's like a prelude to Brians latest creation "The Ghost." With only Brian and Steve doing vocals, drums, guitars, and bass.. If you can get your hands on some "wunder Years" cds check it out also... check out the springman records comps(they're only a dollar) to get a taste of the wunder years.. His true to life lyrics and amazing musicanship have made hime one of my faves... Also check out the great work of Josh Staples(ex-wunderyears) with his band The Velvet Teen!

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Ryan from Columbus, IN 
Feb 13 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Most Amazing Music Experience EVER. Brian Moss from The Ghost is a genius. They wrote this album in 2 weeks. Fans of Honor System and The Ghost will enjoy this. Check it out it is definately worth every penny.

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