The Minders are a band closely associated with The Elephant Six Collective. Started by Martyn Leaper in Denver, Colorado in 1996, the band's original members included Leaper on guitars and vocals, Rebecca Cole, on drums, Jeff Almond on guitar, and Marc Willhite on bass. Leaper formed the Minders in Denver along with Robert Schneider and Hilarie Sidney from The Apples in Stereo Together they recorded Paper Plane EP in Athens, Georgia. The minor upheaval resulted in the eventual release of Cul-De-Sacs And Dead Ends, a compilation of singles and b-sides. Bolme left the Minders shortly after the release of the band's second proper album, Golden Street, in 2001. Almond and Willhite regrouped with the band in time to release their third album in 2002, The Future's Always Perfect In 2016, The Minders released Into the River on Space Cassette.
Retrieved 13 August 2018. Almond and Willhite regrouped with the band in time to release their third album in 2002, The Future's Always Perfect. In the spring of 2008, Cole left the band. In 2016, The Minders released Into the River on Space Cassette.
Cul-de-Sacs & Dead Ends, 1999.
Songs: 17. Artist: The Minders. Songs: The Minders - Build 01:53. The Minders - Almost Arms 01:30. The Minders - Chatty Patty 02:22. The Minders - Paper Plane 03:06. The Minders - Sally 02:05. The Minders - Big Machine 01:50. The Minders - Rocket 58 01:32.
Album Cul-de-Sacs and Dead Ends. Now I Can Smile Lyrics. Now I can smile 'cause I'm off the beaten path Not even sad, don't feel it as sorrow And I'll be just as glad tomorrow Doubt all you want 'cause that's just the way you are Not even sad, don't feel it as sorrow It seems so easy just to follow. The 10th song on the The Minders 1999 album Cul-de-Sacs & Dead Ends. The lyrics describe someone who has vividly gotten over something, probably a relationship, to the point where they praise their own feelings for being well-orientated. Now I Can Smile" Track Info. Cul-de-Sacs and Dead Ends The Minders.