Anberlin Dancing Between the Fibers of Time + The Almost Southern Weather 2CD
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01. A Whisper & A Clamor
02. The Feel Good Drag
04. Never Take Friendship Personal
05. The Unwinding Cable Car
06. Paperthin Hymn
07. Foreign Language
10. Glass To The Arson
11. A Day Late
12. Change The World (Lost Ones)
A staple in the Tooth & Nail catalog, Anberlin's best of anthology includes songs from their three Tooth & Nail albums: Blueprints For The Black Market (2003), Never Take Friendship Personal (2005), and Cities (2007). This new best-of collection will be a great addition for fans that may not have all Anberlins’s best-selling catalog as well as a great way for new fans to discover and get some of Anberlin's most popular songs in one place for a great low price!
Anberlin’s story began in Winter Haven, Florida, when Stephen, Deon and Joey formed an early incarnation of the band out of sheer boredom. “Polk County is easily the redneck capital of Florida,” Stephen explains. “There’s literally nothing to do. And being so young, we couldn’t just drive to Orlando or Tampa to hang out. So we started forming a band. And up to that point there was no other scene in Central Florida. There were no other bands that we know of. So we had to teach ourselves everything.” “So we forged ahead on our own,” the singer continues. Influenced by everyone from Depeche Mode to The Smiths to the Ramones to Metallica, Anberlin as we know it created its own club scene along with hometown friends, Copeland and Underoath, but really gelled with the addition of Young, a protégé drummer and John Bonham devotee. The gents assumed their moniker and got serious. “One day we decided this is what we want to do with our lives,” Christian says succinctly.
The Almost: 1. Say This Sooner 2. Drive There Now 3. Dirty And Left Out 04. I Mostly Copy Other People 5. Southern Weather 6. Stop It 7. Amazing Because It Is 8. Everyone Here Smells Like A Rat 9. Never Say "I Told You So" 10. Call Back When I'm Honest 11. Everything That Makes Me Sick