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Invented is the highly anticipated new album from Arizona's Jimmy Eat World. Recorded in Tempe, AZ at the band's Unit 2 studio, Jimmy Eat World reunited with Mark Trombino, the producer from the band's breakthrough album, Bleed American and their seminal early releases Static Prevails and Clarity. Invented is the band's first studio album since 2007's Chase This Light which landed Jimmy Eat World's highest chart position of their career at #5 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart.
1. Heart Is Hard To Find 2. My Best Theory 3. Evidence 4. Higher Devotion 5. Movielike 6. Coffee and Cigarettes 7. Stop 8. Littlething 9. Cut 10. Action Needs An Audience 11. Invented 12. Mixtape
Jimmy Eat World
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With their third album Clarity being one of the most overlooked masterpieces of 1999, Static Prevails is Jimmy Eat World paying their dues in 1996. It could be the slight over-production (a curse that has always haunted the band), being on a major label for the first time, or them trying to get a feel for pulling fancy studio tricks (i.e., numerous backing vocals, cellos, and Moog additions). Maybe it's all three, but what Static Prevails essentially lacks is the songwriting maturity that Jimmy Eat World could have perfected; but it's almost as if the studio heads at Capitol wouldn't let them so that there would be more room for radio-friendly pop songs. In the end, nobody won. However, tracks such as Anderson Mesa, Call It in the Air, and Seventeen don't cross that line of boring alternative rock but remain in that aggressive pop status. Nothing close to classic, but definitely a sign of better things to come.
1. Thinking, That's All 2. Rockstar 3. Claire 4. Call In It The Air 5. Seventeen 6. Episode IV 7. Digits 8. Caveman 9. World Is Static 10. In The Same Room 11. Robot Factory 12. Anderson Mesa 13. 77 Satellites 14. What Would I Say To You Now
Jimmy Eat World
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