The Citizen's Council for Bellicose Euphony is proud to present Transhypnotic, Denver's premier audiophonic supergroup. Deftly blending lyrics and sound through the ingenious application of microphones and electrified noise utensils, this dapper trio has amazed and delighted audiences since forming in early 2000. Often described as the wayward love child of Nirvana and The Talking Heads, Transhypnotic can massage and loofah with delicate harmony and bewitching melody-or tear off heads in a Stentorian, berserker fury. Promising never to use their powers for evil, Jake, Aaron and Ian soldier through the American Midwest and beyond, delivering minty-fresh sonic salvation to those who bear witness. . . ___ 'Their sound combines the newer punk, the old school, and some heavy undertones, which offers something for everyone.' --Element Magazine - August 2002 - Sarah Carney 'Playground Politics, the band's debut, is a curious, spacey oddity that blends arena-rock riffage with synth pop and new-wave-style angularity.' 'Transhypnotic's three members clearly like to play-with words, with song structure and, ultimately, with the audience. . . .Music is supposed to be fun, a fact of which Transhypnotic is refreshingly aware.' --Westword - August 8-14, 2002 - Laura Bond 'Your finicky ears deserve to hear this Denver band made up of colorful songwriters and a unique art rock style that's not commonly found on the stages of our local venues.' 'Transhypnotic takes us to another world through their imaginative and fantasy filled lyrical journeys.' 'Transhypnotic is a breath a fresh air, from their sarcastic sense of humor portrayed on their web site to a portion of the lyric sheet that requires you to hold it to the mirror to read it, from their penchant for child like imagination to their creativity that takes us to place we didn't know existed.' '...go support these harlequin music maniacs if you know what's good for your musical soul.' --Kaffeinebuzz.com - Kim Owens '...the songs are well written with some of the best lyrics around.' --Go-Go Magazine - May 2-15, 2002 - Pearl 'Once this record reaches the masses, I anticipate a unilateral halt to all armed conflicts, economic disparities between peoples and nations to disappear, corporate environmental rape to cease, global warming to reverse, baby seal clubbing to become baby seal petting and all other things in the world that were ever considered bad by anyone to vanish. For how can heaven and earth continue to exist as separate realities when the barriers between each have been shattered by the creation of this album?' --ebullient and verbose Transhypnotic fan 'Damn good.' --ebullient and succinct Transhypnotic fan '. . .not. . .shitty. . .' --incoherent man on street 'Thumbs up!' --The Diff'rent Strokes Preservation Society '. . .and that's not a bad thing.' --local rag music review 'Oh yes, I will have the bass player. . .as soon as I dump Cameraguy McLoser.' --Julia Roberts, measuring stick of musical relevance.