Recommended for fans of Jimmy Eat World, The Get Up Kids and The Replacements, the disc is power pop perfection. The song "The Quiet Spaces" was recently featured in an episode of TV's "Ghost Whisperer." "If one good song is all the pretext a record company needs to put a band on radio and TV, the Interns have more than enough to make it. If there's another American Pie movie, they can play the role of New Found Glory, and "No Leg to Stand On" would work nicely in a montage -- maybe one of the gang fixing up a freshly divorced Jim's new apartment." (Cleveland Scene) "Orange and Gray" has the kind of crescendos that Dashboard Confessional's made popular, and "Driven" is an earnest rock number as revved up as anything by Jimmie Eat World. Produced by Pete Drivere and recorded at Youngstown's Ampreon Recorder Studios, the album sounds like it could be a major-label offering." (Cleveland Free Times) The Interns musical progression can be credited to their active tour schedule. Having played 100 plus dates per year for the past two years, The Interns have been fortunate to share the stage with the likes of Taking Back Sunday, The Ataris, Fall Out Boy, Motion City Soundtrack, Mae, The Plain White T's, Homegrown, The Lawrence Arms and Brand New among many others. At just under 20 minutes running time, The Interns debut offering is a great introduction to a band that is sure to make some noise in the indie music world.
Originally self-released in June 2004 and now re-released by Nice Guy Records.  The Interns were a roots reggae band who later changed their name to The Viceroys. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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