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    Posted: June 16 2014 at 02:17

THE PAT SAJAK ASSASSINS is a Progressive rock band from St. Louis, Missouri

"Electronic musician Eric Hall described The Pat Sajak Assassins’ music in this way: “Say something real fast three times, then say it four times at a good pace, then pause for a quarter of the time it took you to say it, then say it just the first half, again, pause, again, again, now say it slow, slower still, now stop.”

Brian Fleschute

Harold Covey
Acoustic & Electronic Drums

Christopher Eilers

Syrhea Conaway
Vocals & Synthesizer

Brett Underwood
Spoken Word on track 8

released 13 June 2014
All songs written by The Pat Sajak Assassins. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Tazu Marshall at Utopia Studios.

released 05 May 2012
Brian Fleschute: Bass, Guitar
Harold Covey: Acoustic & Electronic Drums
Matt Derouin: Guitar
Christopher Eilers: Synthesizer
Amber DiStasio: Vocals on tracks 3 and 6
Brett Underwood: Spoken Word on track 6
All songs written by The Pat Sajak Assassins. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Tazu Marshall. Album art by Harold Covey.

released 05 May 2010
The Pat Sajak Assassins are: Harold Covey, Matt Derouin, Amber DiStasio, Brian Fleschute & Joe Freeman.

Recorded at Music Creek Studios. Additional tracking at Shine Studios. Engineered by Peter Dycus. Mixed and Produced by The Pat Sajak Assassins. All songs by The Pat Sajak Assassins except "Get The Kids' Hearts Pumping" by Nerve Parade. Artwork by Sarah Becan.

" The Pat Sajak Assaaains CD release
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From the 2014 RFT Music Awards: Remember how Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull and Yes were widely credited with cementing the legitimacy of the progressive rock genre in the late '60s and early '70s? How they heralded an evolution for music? Well, we might end up saying the same thing about the Pat Sajak Assassins decades from now. As a band that relies more upon instrumental layering instead of front-and-center vocals, PSA already shifts from the norm. But it's more than that -- the band also stacks synth, bass and percussion in ways that jolt listeners into truly hearing each beep and boop and set a new standard for music composition. Played in any order, the songs become an opera fit for R2-D2, and we can't wait to welcome our new robot overlords."

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