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Built to Spill is an American indie rock band based in BoiseIdaho. The band has released eight full-length albums. Their most The Upsetters - Super Ape, Untethered Moonwas released on April 21, In an interview with SpinMartsch stated that Car - Built To Spill - Live intended to change the band's lineup for every album, himself being the only permanent member.
A compilation album called The Normal Years followed, which included recordings by both lineups. Between recording albums inthe band gained exposure by playing on the Lollapalooza tour.
Martsch signed Built Car - Built To Spill - Live Spill to Warner Bros. Records in Unlike many artists signed to major labels, the deal the band brokered with Warner Bros. Built to Spill produced its first major label release in with Perfect from Now On. Perfect from Now On was met with critical success and caused Built to Spill to become one of the United States' most recognizable indie rock bands. Before releasing another album, Martsch made Nelson and Plouf permanent members of the band.
Inthe band released Keep It Like a Secret to continued critical success and for the first time, significant commercial success. Live was released inand the band's fifth studio album, Ancient Melodies of the Futurewas released in InMartsch released Now You KnowZawsze tam gdzie ty - Lady Pank - The Very Best Of solo album with both blues and folk elements.
He performed numerous solo concerts in support of the album. Built to Spill was on hiatus for most of this period. Warner Bros. Records optioned the band for another album. Its sixth studio album, You in Reversewas recorded in Portland in but was not released until April 11, The band's official lineup for the album was Martsch, Nelson, Plouf, and Jim Rothwho was formerly only a touring guitarist.
Brett Netson provided guitar work on several songs and later rejoined the band as a full-time member. After the release of You in ReverseBuilt to Spill Car - Built To Spill - Live touring almost non-stop.
In MarchMartsch suffered a detached retinawhich required surgery. This forced the band to miss an appearance at the South by Southwest music festival and postpone several dates of the tour. The band resumed touring on June 3,with a show that included four new songs. This show and many on the tour included the dedication of the song "Car" to Capps, who had played on the track when it was recorded. The US tour was scheduled through Octoberfollowed by an Australian tour. Martsch stated in a September interview that he didn't want to tour in the United States again until the band records;  however, the band then announced a one-month US national tour for spring of In a March interview with Playback:stl,  Martsch spoke of new material from the Halo Bendersa collaboration between Martsch, Calvin JohnsonSteve Fiskformer Treepeople member Wayne "Rhino" Flower, and original Built to Spill drummer Ralf Youtzbut "we started that about a year ago, we have not Одинокий Рассвет - Various - Программа А: Фестиваль (DVD) got anything off the ground.
I think there is potential for the five of us to collaborate on something that is just way better than anything that I have ever come up with by myself or that we have done in the past.
Inthe band announced its next album, There Is No Enemy. The track list and album art were revealed on August 17,the Your Ruin - Radio Dead Ones - Radio Dead Ones single, "Hindsight", was released on September 8, and the album was released on October 6, In JulyMartsch appeared on the first release from Brett Nelson's the Electric Anthology Projectin which Nelson creates covers from an artist in a synth-pop style, featuring the vocalist from the original version.
This self-titled EP, which featured one song from each Built to Spill record using anagrams of their original titles and newly recorded vocals by Doug Martsch, received a moderately favorable review in Pitchfork, even though "it was obviously released as a goof," and the "good moments almost make you wish Martsch had taken this concept more seriously.
Martsch would later state that a album was abandoned due to the departure of Nelson and Plouf and his Confusion Fog - Meat Puppets - Mirage with the songs. Untethered Moon was released on April 18, The album was recorded as a trio with Martsch, Albertini, and Gere and was co-produced by Martsch and frequent Built to Spill guest keyboardist and Quasi frontman Sam Coomes.
Brett Netson and Jim Roth left the band in the latter half of and a trio What Is Anyway? - Colour Bük - Eyes Rolled Back In Ecstasy of Martsch, Albertini and Gere debuted on a spring West Coast run. On September 14th, Built to Spill announced on their Facebook page that they were moving on from Warner Brothers and taking over the management of builttospill.
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