The band that played this is considered completely different from the one who played later.
The members of the original Imagine Dragons were as follows:
Dan Reynolds (Lead singer, only current member from this time) Aurora Florence (Violin/Piano, some vocals in various songs) Andrew Beck (Lead guitar) Dave Lemke (Bass Guitar) Andrew Tolman (Drums)
There were five songs feautured on this EP.
Pistol Whip-Pistol whip is a fun, upbeat song that is 3:43 long. The chorus shows a few lines of "Pistol whip, I'm bleeding a bit."
Living Musical-The longest song on this EP, Living Musical is a fun song that goes for 4:46. It plays into the idea that many fans have gotten for this EP--that it could easily be disguised as a movie or theater soundtrack. In the song, Dan Reynolds sings "I'm just a fool for a pretty girl with confidence, oh. Oh oh oh oh" and so on.
The Pit-The Pit is just as happy sounding as the rest of the music, but the meaning is a little more symbolic. The Pit itself symbolizes depression, and many symbols are used throughout it. This song spans for an entire 3:47.
Speak To Me-The title song of the EP shows off Aurora's theatrical vocals, as she sings her part in the second first. The chorus of Speak To Me is simple--"So open up your heart, open up your mind, speak speak speak speak to me, let it go." This song plays for 3:26, with the band spelling out words (I-M-A-G-I-N-E, oh. M-O-V-E-M-E-N-T, oh. I-M-A-G-I-N-E, oh. L-E-T U-S B-E F-E-A-R-L-E-S-S!) in the bridge.
Boots-The final song of this EP can be easily imagined on a stage. Near the beginning you hear some spelling elements from Speak To Me when Dan sings "How's J-U-D-G-E-M-E-N-T?", and the song gives full happiness for it's entire life of 3:33.