The Marble Index

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mi1[From Myspace] For some, living the rock n roll dream means fame, fortune and all the excess that comes with it. The Marble Index are living a different dream. It involves the proverbial blood, sweat and tears. It involves perseverance and effort. It involves working like sons of bitches and making the most of opportunity.
If this dream doesn’t sound as sexy, you’ve read too many magazines. This is good, old-fashioned rock n roll spirit, with nothing airbrushed, steroid-pumped or collagen-enhanced but sexy indeed.
The group’s first EP and early live shows showed enough of that potential heat to capture attention. For such a young band to get signed these days may seem like the ultimate prize, but to them, the deal was merely an opportunity; an opportunity that came dressed in overalls and looking like work. So they headed to Wigan, in the United Kingdom, and rolled up their sleeves to record their debut.

The success of The Marble Index’s self-titled release was not just the result of a strong record it was the also result of hard work and the way music fans responded across the country. From the release date onward, the band toured across Canada with the legendary Pixies, and elsewhere around the world on their own. After touring the globe over the past two years, The Marble Index have come of age. You can hear it in their songs, in their performances, and in the spirit of the latest album.
The Marble Index may not be on the lookout for brown M&Ms, but they have a new version of the rock’n’roll dream. “This year will be the year we keep going with our quest for international dominance,” laughs Germain. “Our quest to try to spread our seed to as many countries as possible.”

Artist / AlbumYearCreditPurchase
2006 Marble Index - Watch Your Candles Watch Your Knives
The Marble Index
Watch Your Candles, Watch Your Knives
Aug 2006
 
Noah Mintz
 
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2004 The Marble Index - ST
The Marble Index
The Marble Index
Aug 2004
 
Noah Mintz
 
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2003 The Marble Index - A Lot of These things
The Marble Index
I Believe/A Lot of These Things 7"
Jun 2003
 
Noah Mintz
 
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