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And How They Flew

And How They Flew

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~ Analog Jetpack

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Analog Jetpack is a three-piece indie-rock innovation that makes music fly. Assembled by hand in the District of Columbia since 2005. Voltage in, voltage out (diagram a): Lead guitar and vocalist Rob Getzschman has played solo on the east coast since 2000, when he moved to New York City. He once played Tiny Tim in the Nebraska Theatre Caravan. Current in, current out (diagram b): Drummer Robby Sahm carried the Ithaca-based improvisational drum and bass Bam Sequence for three years. His production and polyinstrumentational talents have been showcased publicly since middle school. Sound in, frequency out (diagram c). Kiwi-born punk-jazz bassist Dan Ryan saw Robby cover Green Day at their middle school talent show. After much gigging and studying, he has a degree in music and economics from a prominent institution of higher learning. Analog Jetpack was formed by an act of Congress or an Executive order or something like that. I actually heard about it from this one dude. They're making the airwaves safer. I don't know, Google it.

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    Artist: Analog Jetpack
    Title: And How They Flew
    Genre: Rock
    Release Date: 10/30/2007
    Label: CD Baby
    Product Type: CD
    Catalog #: 5637205482
    UPC: 634479641794
    Item #: SRD964179
    This product is a special order

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