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Closer Than You Think (1998)

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The mostly Christian rock band Puller was formed in Oklahoma by Mike Lewis, former front man for the general market group For Love Not Lisa. Three of the four members were Christians when it formed in 1996. Puller wanted to tour in clubs and not be pigeon-holed a 'Christian band.' Mike lamented to Phantom Toobooth in an interview that one of the reasons was his dismay that when marketed that way they ended up playing in venues where the kids weren't serious about the music and were just there to be silly, and that a college rock band with a mature sound and thought-provoking lyrics deserved to be taken seriously. Their sophomore album, Closer Than You Think, was released in 1998 on Tooth & Nail Records, a marked stylistic departure from their 1996 debut Sugarless, including several slower and more melodic songs, revealing the world-weariness resulting from Mike's marriage disintegrating. As an HM Magazine reviewer put it, 'like the Foo Fighters without all the sugary pop frosting.' Songs include: 'Wishing,' 'Out Of My Head,' 'Bring Me In,' 'She,' 'Own Devices,' 'Never the Less,' 'Light In Eve's Time,' 'If I Had These Things,' 'I Will (Walk In Your Shadow),' 'Bitter Vine,' 'Am I A Samaritan,' 'Would For You' and 'Silent Film.'
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