They recruited bassist Matt Fouts and drummer R.J. Ness of Domestic Problems to enhance their already "tasty sound." Throughout the summer of 2003 they played the Radio, Ucello's, Taps Sports Bar, Louis Benton Steak House, the Intersection, and a sundry of private parties; each gig a bloody riot of success. Bill and Sam continued to write songs and eventually had more than enough to record an album. In the fall of 2004 their debut record, Music Songs, was released featuring classic Thermos tracks such as You'll Be Home, Something More, Butcher and the Baker and The Mountain.
The band continues to write and record new material. Fancy Thermos is: Bill Kenny - Singing Songs, Guitar, Life like skills, Mandolin and Trumpet. Sam Kenny - Singing Songs, Delivering thrusts of wholeness, Guitar, and Harmonica. R.J. Ness - Drums, shaving, and thoughts. Matt Fouts - Singing Songs and Bass, and toast arrangement. Read more on Last.fm.
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