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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Nathan Means (bass, vocals, keyboard), Philip Manley (lead guitar, keyboard, voice) and Sebastian Thomson (a.k.a. "Seb") (drums, other sounds) formed Trans Am in 1990 near Washington, D.C.. The band started as a side project (Phil also played with Oberlin College friends in "Golden"), and after the members had finished college in 1995 they started to seriously record their music. Until 1998, Trans Am''s material was almost strictly instrumental. Their sound is generally marked with acoustic and electronic drums, guitars, electronics, and a varying amount of often-heavily treated vocals. All of their albums have been released on the Chicago-based independent record label, Thrill Jockey. Their self-titled debut, recorded after just a few rehearsals, contained instrumentals which were largely improvised versions of simple rock-oriented motifs based loosely on ''70s bands such as Boston, Bachman-Turner Overdrive and Yes. The album was produced by John McEntire of labelmates Tortoise at Chicago''s Idful Studios. Afterwards, the band opened for Tortoise on a brief US tour.