The Two-Minute Miracles
|The Two-Minute Miracles|
|Origin||London, Ontario, Canada|
|Past members||John F. Higney Jr.
The band's name was taken from their early preference for keeping their songs approximately two minutes long, although some songs on their later recordings have exceeded that length. Exclaim! magazine has described the band's songs as "catchy, richly melodic pop tunes occasionally run through with a sinuous, alt-country flavour and an underlying element of playful eccentricity."
The band released three albums on Teenage USA; the third, The Silence of hte Animals, was released in 2003. The band later signed with Weewerk. Weewerk released Volume 3.5: Rats, a digital-only preview of the full-length, in July 2007 and Volume IV: The Lions of Love which was released in October 2007. At that time the band consisted of Magoffin, guitarist Justin Nace, keyboardist Michael Christoff, bassist Greg Smith and drummer Aaron Curtis.
- 1999: Volume I
- 2001: Volume II: Thirteen Songs from the House of Miracles
- 2003: Volume III: The Silence of Animals
- 2007: Volume 3.5: Rats (Limited EP, digital only)
- 2007: Volume IV: The Lions of Love
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- Molgat, Chuck (December 2003). "Two-Minute Miracles Pump Out the Volumes". Exclaim!. Retrieved 2008-01-20.
- "The Two-Minute Miracles — Volume III: The Silence of Animals". Chart Attack, Oct 21, 2003.
- "Two-Minute Miracles Volume IV: The Lions of Love". Exclaim!. By Vish Khanna. Oct 30, 2007
- Bryson, Scott (2007-10-05). "The Two-Minute Miracles Aim For Perfection". Chart. Retrieved 2009-03-14.