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December 7, 2006



The Research


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The Research is a pop band from Wakefield, United Kingdom. The members are: Russell 'The Disaster' (vocals/keyboards), Georgia (bass/vocals), and Sarah (drums/vocals). Their songs - typically about themes of love, loss and fear - are notable for their plaintive lyrics, vocal harmonies, and use of a synthesizer in place of a guitar.

The Research started in the Spring of 2003. The first song they wrote, “She’s Not Leaving”, was released on At Large Recordings in November 2004. Since then the band has been very busy touring and writing enough songs to make an album. In April 2005, they went to Chicago, Illinois, to record everything they had with John McEntire (Tortoise) in his Soma Electronic Studios. “I Love You, But…” / “C’mon Chameleon” is the first release from the time in Chicago. In February 2006 they released their debut album Breaking Up. They are signed to At Large Recordings, a subsidiary of EMI.

The Research - Sampler (Demos)
The Research - Breaking Up (stream preview)
The Research @ MySpace



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