|4||Psalm For The Elks Lodge Last Call||Lyrics/Info||2:44|
|5||Plea from a Cat Named Virtute||Lyrics/Info||3:49|
|6||Our Retired Explorer (Dines With Michel Foucault In Paris, 1961)||Lyrics/Info||2:23|
|10||A New Name For Everything||Lyrics/Info||4:04|
|11||One Great City!||Lyrics/Info||2:54|
|13||The Prescience of Dawn||Lyrics/Info||4:36|
Sonically located in the finest tradition of Punk, The Weakerthans walk an archipelago of influences from rock to folk to alt-country and beyond, led by lyrics tutored in the best of contemporary literature and progressive politics.
Their third full-length recording, Reconstruction Site (Epitaph, 2003), mixed by Adam Kasper (Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age) and produced by the legendary Ian Blurton, is their most musically cohesive and lyrically ambitious effort to date. Reconstruction Site follows the success of Left and Leaving (G-7/Sub-City, 2000), and Fallow (G-7/Sub-City, 1997)--records that garnered appreciation and acclaim from listeners around the world.
Indie rock heroes The Weakerthans new DVD-CD Live at the Burton Cummings Theatre, out now on Epitaph Records, offers a jubilant testament to the Winnipeg ...