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The Walkmen are an indie rock band from New York City. The band formed other groups with three members coming from Jonathan Fire Eater and two members from The Recoys in 2000.

The Walkmen prefer the unique sound of vintage musical instruments in their music, most famously the clangy upright piano, and their self-designed recording studio Marcata Recording, which uses analog recording equipment. In 2006 The Walkmen released two albums, A Hundred Miles Off and "Pussy Cats" Starring The Walkmen, a cover of the Harry Nilsson and John Lennon album Pussy Cats. Order your The Walkmen Tickets online today!

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The Walkmen is comprised of Hamilton Leithauser (vocals, guitar), Paul Maroon (guitar, piano), Walter Martin (organ), Peter Bauer (bass) and Matt Barrick (drums). Their 2002 debut album, Everyone Who Pretended to Like Me Is Gone, was well received by critics for its experimental approach and progressive sound. The track "We've Been Had" from the album was used on a television commercial for the Saturn Ion. The follow up album Bows & Arrows, was released in 2004 and was listed by many critics as one of the year's best albums while embracing a less whimsical, experimental sound than the previous album. Several songs were featured on the Fox television program The O.C., including "What's in It for Me?", "The Rat" and "Little House of Savages".

The Walkmen's next album, A Hundred Miles Off, was released in May 2006 to less glowing reviews than their previous albums. The band premiered most of the new songs on a tour of the Northeast in early 2006. The first single to be released was "Louisiana". Peter Bauer and Walter Martin have traded instruments on the new album with Bauer handling the organ duties and Martin playing bass.