This is not going to be a platinum album. It is not going to break out on the Top-40 charts. You won’t see any videos on MTV. But you are going to have a damn good time listening to Truth in Advertising’sInconsequential Background Music. The sound is lo-fi, the attitude is hi-spirited and the music is just a lot of fun.
IBM (as the album is affectionately known) was recorded (mainly) the Polish Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh and self(-)produced. The 11 tracks on the album span psychedelic fancy (“Field of Whimsy”), rock-pop (“F.Y.I. Love You”), bizarre love (“Soccer Cat”) and more.
This album’s energy captures the exuberance that Truth in Advertising lived for, and we know you will enjoy your listen.
© & (P) 2005 Monkey Corner Records (ASCAP)