I can never really make up my mind as to which of the two 7"s included here I like more; that answer probably changes every year. They were still trying to find their sound with both "Dwell" and "Background"... but they surely found it upon releasing "Tinnitus". Our planet, friends, is clearly a much better place thanks to this solidification. Oddly enough, the 11th track "Money", an Embrace cover, is listed on the back cover but isn't actually included on the cd (you big jerks!). This was released in Europe by Day After Records, and the two album covers feature differing band logos. Glüe #3.
-buy a fuckin' turntable!-
1) Isae Aldy Beausoleil