We Are Scientists is a New York-based indie rock band that formed in Berkeley, California, USA in 2000. Originally formed of Keith Murray on drums, Chris Cain playing bass guitar and Scott Lamb providing vocals and guitar, before Michael Tapper became drummer and Keith became vocalist and guitarist. The band's breakthrough success came with their second album With Love and Squalor which sold 100,000 copies in the first 6 months. Their second success was with Brain Thrust Mastery which charted at 11 in the UK album chart, with two top 40 singles "After Hours" and "Chick Lit". Their fourth album, Barbara, was released in the UK on the 14th June 2010. Also, they are starring in their own television short Steve Wants His Money.
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Reviewed by Lou Thomas
WAS’s best album yet sees Razorlight’s ex-drummer join the fold.
Brain Thrust Mastery 2008
Reviewed by Dennis O'Dell
One senses that the duo need to learn to love themselves again.
Love And Squalor 2005
Reviewed by Jack Smith
This album is tirelessly energetic and full of potential chart hits.