We Are Scientists Brain Thrust

(antiMusic) We Are Scientists have set a May 13th release date for their new album "Brain Thrust Mastery". Here is some info that was sent to us about it: We Are Scientists shocked themselves and impressed many others with their 2005 debut With Love & Squalor. On the strength of dancefloor standbys "Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt;" "It's A Hit;" and "The Great Escape" (as well as nine other songs that, to all appearances, people also liked) the album sold over 150,000 copies in the UK and earned them praise from fans and critics back home in the US as well.

The band spent 2007 at weight-loss camps, alcoholics' dry-out facilities, and a race car school, yet has also found time to pen, record, and road-test their sophomore offering, Brain Thrust Mastery. If W.A.S.'s first album had been far, far better than it was, and of a far more mature style, and if they had then released a limp, unenjoyable second record, and if Brain Thrust Mastery were actually their third album, it would be hailed as 'a return to form', as 'equal to -- in many ways an improvement upon -- the monumental debut'.

In the Fall of '07, long-time drummer Michael Tapper retired from the band, and We Are Scientists added a new drummer, plus, in a fit of accumulation, a fourth man on-stage. Keith and Chris also began giving inspirational lectures at universities across the UK during their hitherto unencumbered afternoons. On Brain Thrust Mastery, all of their experience (and some they only read about) shows.

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