- Summary: This fourth LP for the Los Angeles indie rockers were produced by Jim Fairchild (Grandaddy) and the band's own Aaron Espinoza. The album is dedicated to (and frequently about) the late Elliott Smith, who was Espinoza's neighbor.
- Record Label: Palm Pictures
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock
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JayAOct 4, 2004This cd is beautiful and perfect. Under the Radar must have had their head up their collective ass.
TonyF.Feb 2, 2005Wonder... Amazing melodies!
JohnCFeb 5, 2005A wonderful, beautiful ode to Smith. This is a remarkable album, losing points only because at times it sounds to eerialy like Smith. Earlimart has got to be one of the up and coming bands that will continue to produce great albums.… Expand
JoshHJul 22, 2005Earlimart sounds like the bastard child of Air and Elliott Smith, with a couple of other influences thrown in. It's nothing particularly new or original, but worth listenting to nonetheless. Earlimart has a strong sense of melody that's worth sticking around for.… Expand
AndyAug 16, 2006Can anyone say Elliott Smith rip-offs?
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