For some of you, this may be the first time you’ve ever heard of Sense Field, so have a seat by the fire, and listen to a story of yesteryear. Â Before the word ’emo’ invaded the music magazines and post-2000 vernacular, there was a burgeoning scene of bands across the states that made lyrically and melodically rich music with a DIY punk work ethic. Â If you were one of the lucky ones to catch Mineral opening for Jimmy Eat world on their Static Prevails tour in 1997, you would have seen a band called Sense Field opening the set and winning fans over immediately.
One of the guys in the audience was John T. Frazier, founder of Spartan Records. Â He, among many, consider it a crime that Sense Field’s 2001 albumÂ Tonight and Forever has never been released on vinyl. Â Listen to the full album below and pick up a copy on one of four different colorways.
First pressing limited to 500 copies:
* Hot Pink (200)
* Hot Pink / Sea Blue Swirl (100)
* Milky Clear with Hot Pink, Purple, Orange, and Electric Blue Splatter (100)
* Hot Pink in Dark Purple in Milky Clear (Color In Color In Color) (100)
Full color jacket printed on reverseboard stock with white dust jackets and 12" uncoated insert. Manufactured under exclusive license from Nettwerk Productions Ltd.
This is a pre-order. All orders are currently scheduled to ship the week of December 16th. In the event of potential delays, they would ship the first week of January 2015.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive