Thomas Function- The Insignificants 7". Armed with an ex-member of the Panic Buttons, Thomas Function exemplifies all that is well, good, and thriving below the Mason-Dixon line. Fueled by a persistent rhythm section, the subtly fuzzed guitar and sweet, melodic keys march in a simultaneously dark and cheery fashion, a la “Springtime for Hitler.” With yelping vocals unfolding interesting lyrical plotlines, “The Insignificants” and “Conspiracy of Praise” will exercise your ears, brain, and dancing shoes. Imagine that Richard Hell got into a car crash with The Monks’ “Bad Habits” record and gave a high five to Tubeway Army on the way to the emergency room. If this doesn’t do Thomas Function justice, pick up this blast and hear for yourself. FIRST PRESSING ON THE WAY LIMITED AND OUT OF PRINT BLUE WAX HERE. THIS WAS LIMITED TO A MERE 125 COPIES!!!!