Without the radical departure in style so typical of big musical strides, <b>Garrison</b> takes their songwriting talent to new heights with their debut full length, <i>A Mile In Cold Water</i>. This long awaited LP incorporates driving rock with soaring melodies, seamless transitions and insightful lyrics. Produced by Kurt Ballou (Cave-In, Converge, Isis, Piebald), the record is somehow distorted while clear harmonies run throughout. Fans of everything from Mineral to Fugazi will want to give this a listen. But Garrison's sound isn't easy to classify - <i>Land Of Treason</i> 'zine perhaps said it best: "Garrison is too awkward and off-kilter for the indie-pop tag and too musically intricate and textured for any of the hardcore pigeonholes."
1. After The Fight 2. Selective Hearing Loss 3. Is That A Threat? 4. Squirrel Bait 5. There's Only So Much Coffee 6. Our Mild Scoliosis 7. Always Be Closing 8. Fuel 9. The Dumbest Angel 10. Penelope 11. Favorite Goodbye Fuck 12. Reprise