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Distance and Clime
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Album: Distance and Clime
# Song Title   Time
1)    Connection's Not So Civilized, The
2)    Fountains of Fire
3)    Scrap the New Rails
4)    To Unleash the Horses Now
5)    Tundra, Pt. 7
6)    Given Geography, The
7)    Truth Flies Out
8)    Janitorial on Channel Fail
9)    On the Sagtikos
10)    Actuator's Great
11)    Tonight Is Not It
12)    Decorated Equals
13)    Patiently Standing
14)    Upton to Riverhead to Mastic
15)    Call Down the Systems and the Ranks
 

Album: Distance and Clime
# Song Title   Time
1)    Connection's Not So Civilized, The
2)    Fountains of Fire
3)    Scrap the New Rails
4)    To Unleash the Horses Now
5)    Tundra, Pt. 7
6)    Given Geography, The
7)    Truth Flies Out
8)    Janitorial on Channel Fail
9)    On the Sagtikos
10)    Actuator's Great
11)    Tonight Is Not It
12)    Decorated Equals
13)    Patiently Standing
14)    Upton to Riverhead to Mastic
15)    Call Down the Systems and the Ranks
 
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  • Centro-Matic: Will Johnson (vocals, guitar, bass, drums); Scott Danbom (vocals, piano, Fender Rhodes piano, organ); Mark Hedman (acoustic guitar, guitar, bass, Matt Pence (drums, percussion).
  • Additional personnel: Jim Lehnert (tenor saxophone, trombone); Brandon Lusk (trumpet); Joe Kripps (percussion).
  • Recorded at The Echolab, Argyle, Texas.
  • Personnel: Will Johnson (vocals, guitar, drums, percussion); Scott Danbom (vocals, piano, organ); Mark Hedman (guitar, slide guitar, bass guitar); Jim Lehnert (tenor saxophone, trombone); Joe Cripps (percussion).
  • Audio Mixer: Matt Pence.
  • Recording information: The Echo Lab, Argyle, TX.
  • Photographers: Matt Pence; Will Johnson.
  • On the strength of its single, "To Unleash the Horses Now," with its indie rock riffs and progression from rhythmic, folk-style narrative to squelching, fuzz-laden rant, Distance and Clime keeps up with Centro-Matic's succession of strong releases. Lines like "on the cusp of magnificence" and "no options left to lose" create a cyclical feel that winds down with a stubbornly grasped bit of distortion. The rest of the album isn't quite as radio-friendly, which isn't a bad thing. Centro-Matic holds on to its Texas-style alt-rock roots, but there are enough hooks here, and even a couple of velvety ballads, to keep new converts listening. ~ Travis Drageset
Professional Reviews
Q (Jan/02, p.98) - 3 out of 5 stars - "...'unique' mix of Texan and Christian concerns...rush of melody, mid-range guitar tones....soothing melancholy...ensemble sound..."
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