Marmoset is an indie quartet from Indianapolis that has released a grand total of three records in eight years. That's a bummer, because their brand of light and airy pop music is often quite brilliant. Since it's been nearly six since Record in Red, eMusic has put together a compilation of the groups finest moments, culled primarily from Record in Red and its 1999 predecessor Today It's You. We sense you'll fall in love with the jangle as much as we have.
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