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Topsy-Turvy is the debut studio album by Armenian-American rock band The Apex Theory, aka Mt. Helium. Released on April 2, 2002 on Dreamworks Records.

A limited pressing of Topsy-Turvy on 180g vinyl, first 50 will be signed & numbered... All proceeds after costs, will be donated to www.ArmeniaFund.org

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This debut effort from rock act the Apex Theory deserves multiple listens, for its unique blend of intelligent lyrics and hard-driving guitars and drums gets better with each spin. Themes of independence and introspection abound, as do interesting synthesizer riffs and forceful vocal deliveries. It's a challenge to forget the chorus of "Mucus Shifters," a tirade against the power of money, and of the dynamic first single, "Shhh . . . (Hope Diggy)." Slower tracks like "Come Forth," an everyman's tale of relationship woes, are equally memorable. The Los Angeles-based quartet combines a variety of Mediterranean and rock musical influences throughout, most notably on "That's All," with its slightly dissonant aural mix. "Apossibly," another highlight, captures the slightly sinister quality of being afraid of accountability.

The Apex Theory is:

Artin Karamian - Guitar

Sammy J. Watson - Drum

David Hakopyan - Bass Guitar

Ontronik Khachaturian - Vocals

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