On Killingsworth, the other musicians working with Scott and Peter include all of the Decemberists, as well as long-time Minus 5 collaborator and sometime Posy Ken Stringfellow. One thing I particularly noticed about this record is the frequent appearance of female backing vocals, as in my personal favorite song on the album, "The Lurking Barrister." Also worth a mention is the old-timey banjo gospel song "I Would Rather Sacrifice You."
I Think This Is begins with the song "The Guilty Ones," and the line, "Got a crappy apartment, with staples in the walls." This alone is enough to show that the band still maintains its sense of humor and fun after all these years. And if that's not enough evidence for you, other song titles are "Lamp Industries," "Betty Let the Good Times Crawl," "Shake Your Magazines," and "If You Believe in Cleveland." It's not the Fellows' best record by any means, but it's good, fun rock music all the way through. Both albums are highly recommended.