A 7" from a far away place
Zeal Records, 2001. Also known as: Behind all curses of thought lies the ability to focus on vacant spacesThe little 7" that helped bridge the gap between the first and second LPs. Belgium-based Zeal Records approached the band in late '99/early 2000 at what is now considered their "quiet period", or, more accurately, "their even more quiet than usual period." The two songs featured were more electronically oriented than prior and subsequent releases, thanks in no small amount to producer Andrew Prinz's expertise in the matter, as well as the band's desire to momentarily shift course. The title track actually began life in various stages as a potential single for the UK's Amberley Records, but was instead chosen for Zeal.
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