"So Many Dynamos"
Spanish Fly Records
TRG 89287 (list $13.98)

Graduation Day - another elevator - sugar buzz - program one - you must be saved - king size drag - postcard - poor sap - no more lame kisses - it's easy

Milk was born in the heartland in the spring of 91' on a quiet velvet street . There deep inside the stomach of Middle America, three beings, half human, strapped on the utensils necessary for the creation of amplified sound.

In the spring of 92' Milk put out it's first 7" on Spanish Fly and used it to tour the U.S. . A few singles later Milk released their first full-length CD, "Ear" and in 94' released their second CD, "Succeeding/Receding" on Spanish Fly. Both of these releases received much critical acclaim from the press and college radio.

Milk spent1995 touring the U.S. and writing the material for this, their latest offering, "So Many Dynamos". By fall they were ready to hit the studio again. They decided to go to Pachyderm Studios in lovely Cannon Falls, MN and record with Brent Sigmeth.

The chemistry was there and the results are yours to savor.

Listen to what the people have said:

"Three piece bands seem to be the rule rather than the exception these days, which puts a bigger premium on group cohesiveness. The members of Milk aren't just on the same page, but in the same sentence"-David Beran, Gavin

"Pavement songs start by sounding altogether cool, then gradually fall apart; Milk's songs fall together as they go, and are entirely uncool, self exposed and brilliant"-Steve, Popwatch

"Milk creates crafted melodies that finally elevate the indulgences that nearly killed the indie-label movement"- J.R. Taylor, New York Press

Visit the home page for Milk at Spanish Fly Records