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Because they intended the album to outline their change in identity, their newly intentional sense of self, the guys spent two tedious months editing and mastering it. Beeble, who works as a recording engineer at Blasting Room Studios in Fort Collins, slept only three hours a night during much of the process. The guys fought frequently. Beeble totaled his own car and crashed his girlfriend's, both accidents the result of a lack of sleep. And when they finally felt comfortable, the Say So collaborated with Beeble's studio mentor, Andrew Berlin (Rise Against, Tickle Me Pink, Stick to Your Guns), who mixed the final tracks in August.

The intervening months have marked an adjustment to the new sounds and a wait for the moment to release them. And if the band doesn't "happen" as a result of the album, it will move on only as far as the next one.

The men of the Say So are ready for their close-up.
Christopher Keuhl
The men of the Say So are ready for their close-up.

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7 S. Broadway
Denver, CO 80209

Category: Bars and Clubs

Region: South Denver

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The Say So CD-release party, with Take to the Oars and Eldren, 8 p.m. Friday, June 8, hi-dive, 7 South Broadway, $8-$10, 720-570-4500.

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