How the Sick May Help Themselves
- Artist: The Dymaxions
- Format: CD
- Release Date:9/27/2005
The answers to questions you may yet wish to ask... As a group of individuals, The Dymaxions were raised in Guelph, Ontario and appeared throughout their collective adolescence under several titles and with the assistance of various local cohorts before disbanding, re-locating and ultimately re-assembling in their final, adult form on the island of Montreal. Choosing to name themselves after a line of promising yet ultimately obscure inventions by R. Buckminster Fuller, The Dymaxions attempt to uphold and explore the principle of dymaixion-ism, that is, the maximum contribution from each member leading to the greatest possible achievment from the group as a whole. A re-configuration of the general principles of pop music allows for a genuine effort to be made to cater to the ever-increasing plethora of attention-span-deprived pop music listeners, in effect to evolve amongst them. According to these principles, The Dymaxions have released an album called 'How The Sick May Help Themselves' recorded entirely in the respective homes of the group members, at a total studio cost of $0.00. This makes them the smartest band in the world.