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Lift to Experience was a band from Denton, Texas, United States that formed in 1996 with vocalist and guitarist Josh T. Pearson, drummer Andy Young and bassist Josh Browning.

When the band performed at the SXSW festival in 2000, they impressed Simon Raymonde and Robin Guthrie so much that the duo decided to sign the band to their record label, Bella Union, that same day.

Lift to Experience's characteristic sound comes from a solo guitar with heavy use of effects… read more

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  • I'm not a religious person at all, but this album is surprisingly great. Very underrated.
  • When the Lord said "Son! Tell the world before it explodes, the glory of the Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads." I said "Lord I'll make you a deal; I will if you give me a smash hit so I can build a 'city on a hill'." And He said "Son! I will if you will." I said "My sweet Lord, it's a deal." <3 <3 <3 <3
  • sls
    Great stuff in spite of the Jesusy lyrics. Guitar through leslie speaker is always a winner.
  • inbred neojews know how 2 rock LIFT YOUR EXPERIENCE make way for lift em up #liftem up make way for CADEN MORAN
  • The world wasn't ready in 2001... [3]
  • Tantalising, Josh Pearson mentioned in an interview about his solo record that the band had started recording the follow-up to 'Texas Jerusalem Crossroads' before they broke up. Just think, somewhere out there are the beginnings to the album they'd intended to call 'Post-Apocalypse Blues'....
  • amazing
  • The world wasn't ready in 2001... [2]
  • @SeonaidhO Not even that per-say, although it certainly is a credible point. I just have never understood people clamoring for reunion shows, especially when the artists are off doing separate projects which are actually fantastic. I don't want to drag everyone back to a paradigm which has already passed to perform songs I love in a mediocre fashion just to see them doing it. Its defeatist usually. There are exceptions of course.
  • @SeonaidhO why is one necessary?

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