THE ULTIMATE MUSIC & MERCH STORE!
With 46,510 Punk, Metal, Indie, HXC & Ska items!
Welcome to INTERPUNK!
Returning Customer?
Please log in here
New Customer?
Open an account here
Log out ^Not you?

Thank you for shopping at Interpunk.com!
Items:0
Cost:$0.00
View your cart
Saved Carts
Secure checkout
Our 23RD ANNIVERSARY!!

10% OFF Small Merch
Special In-Stock Vinyl
Exclusive Limited Vinyl
See What Just Sold






  Special Vinyl
  T-Shirt Finder
  Restocks
  New Releases
  Just Added
  On Sale
  Bands
  Record Label
  Song Title
  Compilations
  IP Local
  Reviews



  



Click to view a larger image
Time Spent Driving

Just Enough Bright

Sessions 27

Released on May 7, 2002

This item is not available for purchase. Sorry!


Their first full length is finally here! Intense, well-orchestrated guitars and layered textures sing you through their mellow side, while punk influenced cathartic rock songs claim their share effortlessly throughout the disc. Always melodic, and always introspectively pop driven, Just Enough Bright offers the perfect solace in those times of need. While seemingly more upbeat than its predecessor, it provides a heightened sense of certainty and atmospheric qualities. Just Enough Bright is sure to satisfy fans of Jimmy Eat World, Jawbox and Hey Mercedes. Produced by J Robbins.

Biography for Time Spent Driving
View other music on the same record label


Average Customer Rating: 3 with 5 reviews (See Below)
Customer Rating


Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Angel And I Voted #1  20%
2 Thin Like Paper  7%
3 Leaving Voted #2  20%
4 Rain On Sundays  7%
5 The Reason I Stay  10%
6 If The Fault Fits Voted #3  17%
7 Your Abrasion  7%
8 In Waiting  3%
9 Sleep And Matchbooks  0%
10 Flicker  10%
Come back on or after Tuesday, May 7 to vote for your favorite songs

People Who Bought This Item Also Bought

Click for more info
Mae
Destination: Beautiful CD
Click for more info
Tokyo Rose
Chasing Fireflies CD
Click for more info
Time Spent Driving
I'm Your Stab In The Back CD
Click for more info
Sunny Day Real Estate
Diary CD
Click for more info
Time Spent Driving
Walls Between Us CD
Click for more info
Hey Mercedes
Everynight Fireworks CD
Click for more info
Converge
Jane Doe CD
Click for more info
Liars Academy
No News Is Good News CD
Click for more info
New Amsterdams
Para Toda Vida CD
Click for more info
Get Up Kids
On a Wire CD


Customer Reviews

 
Displaying all 5 customer reviews
 
Reviews are written by people that purchased this item from Interpunk
Click to view all reviews by this person
Tom from Rochester, NY 
Feb 17 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I had heard a lot of the songs off this cd before i got it so i already knew it was going to be a pretty good. Its got a lot of high points to it (flicker, in waiting, if the fault fits), but then its got some just mediocre songs that fill in and make a little hard to listen straight through. I would suggest listening to them before you buy the cd, but if you appreciate this kind of music, its definately worth buying. check out their old song Lowlight too.

Click to view all reviews by this person
Daniel from Orlando, FL 
Nov 19 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

It isn't really bad, just boring and difficult to get into. I don't really listen to it. I would recommend you not buy this though unless you really are into average quality music. heh.

Click to view all reviews by this person
Georgia from Canterbury, Victoria, Australi 
Jun 25 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Pretty standard midwestern indie rock, though they were on the emo diaries so what else would you expect? Of course, it's not terribly original, but it's solid, tight, and enjoyable nonetheless. I could see this band becoming very popular, if they aren't already, with fans of Mineral and early Jimmy Eat World.

Click to view all reviews by this person
Thorsten from Oldenburg, Germany 
Feb 12 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

great release. very mellow and calm stuff, a little upbeat at times but mostly slow. the vocals might get on your nerves over the length of the album, but they're well sung and fit to the band's sound very well. this is kinda emo style from the mid 90's, when texas is the reason and chamberlain were still around. old fashioned, but still very good.

Click to view all reviews by this person
Kristofer from Malmö, Sweden 
Jun 27 2002 Rating: 1/5 Stars

If there was ONE record that I could return to Interpunk, this would be the one. Totally sucky.

How could these former Reliance guys possibly come up with something like this?










© 1997-2022 Interpunk Inc. All rights reserved. Our Privacy Policy Read our disclaimer.