I Belong to Me - 2010

by Treadmill Trackstar

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about

Treadmill Trackstar is a not for profit band interested in music for music’s sake. No band member ever receives any money from concerts, merchandise or anything else. All funds go toward recording the next project. Our hope is that we can keep making records in this way for years to come. We’re the world’s first musical co-op.

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released January 1, 2010

"...a decade hiatus from recording together seems to have only enhanced their maturity and abilities as professional musicians, while still maintaining the edge and original sound...' ~Indie Rock Cafe

“If you’re in the mood for some unique music that will match your moody inner anarchist, I’d go and pick this up for some contemplative daydreaming.“ ~Altoona Mirror

“…clever, left-of-center pop songwriting; deft musicianship… and meticulous production….I Belong To Me sounds less like a follow-up to Only This than the result of an almost entirely revitalized band…” ~Free Times

"Treadmill Trackstar proves that, sometimes, the comeback is better than the first time out of the gate... tracks range from moody and pensive (“Bus Went By”) to cinematic and dancey (“Call to Prayer”), but all are equally masterful and excellently produced." ~Mountain XPress

"...this is not just an album, it is the piece of art that the band desired for it to be. I'd be willing to wait another ten years for the next album if it is going to be this good..." ~scenesc.com

"...they’ve clearly put a lot of love into it and it actually makes the music feel better. Describing the music is a touch tricky since it enjoys a wide range, but the term that keeps sticking in my mind is “slightly moodier Foo Fighters with a dash of Smashing Pumpkins.” …and a cello." ~The City that Breeds

“…this album paints a mood and tells a story…” ~BelchSpeak

“…Gianni takes that psychedelic post-grunge and paints broad sonic strokes that sound at times Beatlesque (“Euphoric”) and even Tom Petty-esque (“Check My Reaction”), but mostly unique….” ~Music That Matters

“…The raspy growl of the lead singer fills a sort of angst that’s been missing from the music scene and the cello lends a feeling of calm and serene. With the two mixing in the songs it feels like a constant tug between angst and flow…” ~Blog Baltimore

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