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The Screwdrivers - Shape of a Bird in Transit Review
by Eric Bodrero

The Screwdrivers hail from Hartford, CT, and consist of four band members who obviously gel very well. Shape of a Bird in Transit was actually released in 2004, and is a very solid record that lines up your basic guitar/percussion/bass, but does it so well that it sounds like a lot more. They take a minimalist approach with the music, but cross that with some great songwriting that makes it sound like they've been around for decades. I can here some early R.E.M. in some tracks, whether intentional or not, but for the most part this is pretty genuine material. Sincere vocals, outstanding arrangements, and simple yet effective production make this album a must hear for indie fans.

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