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Amazing Transparent Man

Print Is Dead

Double Zero 8025

Released on April 20, 2004

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The long awaited 3rd album and Double Zero Records debut from Chicago area punksters Amazing Transparent Man. Print Is Dead is laced with incredibly catchy melodies, introspective lyrics and a quirkieness that only ATM can create. This record is perfect for any fan of Alkaline Trio, Smoking Popes, Spitalfield or Weezer.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 International Gamers Committee (IGC) Voted #1  50%
2 Pink Eye Voted #3  8%
3 Submission  0%
4 So When Did Everybody In A Band Become Such A Hair Farmer? Voted #2  33%
5 If I could Olny Breathe Underwater  8%
6 The Thought Police  0%
7 Into Your Heart  0%
8 Carl Streator Might Have Been On T o Something  0%
9 Enter Sandman:The Wussy Version Without The Guitar Solo  0%
10 Shove  0%
11 Drum Machine  0%
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Dave from Hays, KS 
Jan 4 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

well ATM's most recent, and unfortunately last album. for those of you who don't know..ATM broke up this past summer. We'll all miss them. neways...lets get to the cd shall we. ATM's best in my opinion. it's hard to say that tho because all of their records are great. 1 great thing about ATM is they always stuck with the same formula for writing songs...and every song turned out great. i would suggest this cd and the entire ATM catalogue to any1 and every1. this is the only ATM cd i've bought...all the rest i burned from a friend. but seriously...pick up their cd's. you wont be dissapointed. we'll miss you ATM!!!

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Philip from Urbana, IL 
Sep 12 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is by far my favorite ATM album (I own them all). They still manage to write great catchy songs and keep their unique sense of humor wrapped around every lyric. The album starts off with probably the best song on the album. The lyrics revolve around board games, video games, and schoolyard games. The chorus is an instant classic, "You've been play games right from the start / Your battleship is blowing me apart, yeah! / You've been playing Clue right from the start / it's my up in your bedroom / the weapon is your heart." (Now how can you not love that?)

"Pink Eye", "So When Did Everyone in a Band Become Such a Hairfarmer?", and "I.G.C." are probably my favorite songs. "Pink Eye" is a sad song that has also Alkaline Trio* type lyrics, dark and depressing, but it still have such a fun pop-punk taste to it. "...and I don't talk to anyone / and I haven't told anybody else, since that night that I told you / There's demons swimming in my head. / So many that they turn both my eyes red / but I’m such a coward that they turn them pink instead."

"...Hairfarmer" has one of the funniest and most clever lyrics I’ve ever heard in a song; "God is love, and love is dumb, and I am dumb, so I am God" it's pop-punk catchiness, clever lyrics, and unique style make this such a fun album.

If you've heard ATM before, this is their finest hour. If you want to buy your first ATM album, buy this!! I haven't put this down since I got it. Sadly ATM broke up a month or so ago, I would really have liked to hear them if they continued on the path this album took, it would be incredible. But all good things must come to an end.

If you like Alkaline Trio, (older)** blink-182, Green Day, or the Smoking Popes, definitely look into ATM, they are one of my favorite bands. Thanks for reading my review.

* -note- If you Alkaline Trio fans get mad for me comparing those lyrics to them, i'm sorry. It was just the similar band I could think of at the time. And ATM likes Alkaline Trio, it's okay.

** -note- I have nothing against new blink-182. I am a fan both old and new blink-182 material. but the style of older blink is much more like ATM, so that's why I made the '(older)' caption.

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Brett from Madison, WI 
Jun 20 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I saw Amazing Transparent Man in Milwaukee with Mest and Welton, and I was blown away, they sound like a mix between Blink 182 and alkaline trio, the first Song International Gammers Commitee is in my opinion the best song on the CD. If you like bands like Blink 182 or Green Day with snotty vocals and catchy hooks, you'll pobably like A.T.M. This band proves that Pop Punk is more than Just a fad.





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