Schizophrenology Surpasses 20,000 Downloads Since Releasing Last Year Over 7,000 Physical Copies Of Their Debut Now Sold To-Date

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Schizophrenology, the second record by Indie rock nitwits The Majestic Twelve recently surpassed 20,000 downloads in February. The band self-released the record for free via download last July. Spurred by releasing their second disc for free, fans have come back and bought over 7,000 physical copies of their debut record direct from their website.

Schizophrenology, the second record by Indie rock nitwits The Majestic Twelve recently surpassed 20,000 downloads in February. The band self-released the record for free via download last July. Spurred by releasing their second disc for free, fans have come back and bought over 7,000 physical copies of their debut record direct from their website.

Get your own free copy if you have not already at http://www.themajestictwelve.com. Make sure to tell a friend if you think it's good.

"Schizophrenology" continues to receive the support and airplay of national college radio along with recent national and regional press from media like NPR and the current issue of Southeast Performer.

Initial tracks like the politically charged spoof, "Condoleezza Check My Posse", gained the attention of MDs, fans and friends everywhere. A deeper listen however, also reveals songs about resilience through tragedy (Break It and Breathe), the heartbreak of lost love (Cry), and the kind of storytelling that fans have come to expect from these deceptively thoughtful and intricate songwriters.

"Schizophrenology" was co-produced by Sullivan and Jerry Kee (Superchunk, Polvo, Ryan Adams). In addition to writing and recording songs for the untitled third Majestic Twelve album due in the fall of '07, Sullivan has landed a book deal to write about his experiences in the underground music scene to be released later this year.

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