Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Jimmy Eat World - Clarity (1999)


Jimmy Eat World - Clarity (1999)


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1. "Table for Glasses"   4:20

2. "Lucky Denver Mint"   3:49

3. "Your New Aesthetic"   2:40

4. "Believe in What You Want"   3:08

5. "A Sunday"   4:31

6. "Crush"   3:11

7. "12.23.95"   3:42

8. "Ten"   3:48

9. "Just Watch the Fireworks"   7:02

10. "For Me This Is Heaven"   4:04

11. "Blister"   3:29

12. "Clarity"   4:02

13. "Goodbye Sky Harbor"   16:11


Total length:   64:22




Jimmy Eat World Band Members / Musicians

Jim Adkins – lead vocals (all except track 11), guitar, Farfisa (tracks 3 and 13), Vox Continental (track 4), B3 (tracks 5 and 13), bass guitar (track 7) Casiotone (tracks 7 and 9), piano (tracks 8 and 10), percussion (tracks 10 and 12), backing vocals (track 11), string arrangement

Rick Burch – bass guitar (all except track 7)

Zach Lind – drums (all except track 7), vibes (tracks 1 and 13), bells (tracks 1, 5 and 13), chimes (track 1), concert bass drum (track 1) programming (track 7), percussion (track 9)

Tom Linton – guitar (all except tracks 1 and 7), piano (track 9), lead vocals (track 11)

Suzie Katayama – cello (tracks 1, 5 and 9), string arrangement

Mark Trombino – programming (tracks 2, 7, 9 and 13), ReBirth (track 5), Farfisa (track 7), minimoog (track 8), percussion sequencing (tracks 8 and 10), percussion (track 13), string arrangement

Joel Derouin – violin (track 5)


Mark Trombino – producer, engineer, mixing

Jimmy Eat World – producer

Nick Raskulinecz – assistant engineer

Ron Rivera – assistant engineer

Justin Smith – assistant engineer

Dean Fisher – assistant engineer

Brian Gardner – mastering

Paul Drake – photography

Chrissy Piper – photography, portrait photography

Jason Gnewikow – photography

Jim Adkins – art direction

Collection Agency – design




Clarity is the 3rd studio album by American rock band Jimmy Eat World. It was released on February 23, 1999, through Capitol Records, with which Jimmy Eat World clashed several times while recording their second studio album Static Prevails (1996). The band recorded a follow-up with producer Mark Trombino in May and June 1998, and were free to make it however they wanted without interference from Capitol. The recording sessions began at Sound City in Van Nuys, California, before moving to Clear Lake Audio in North Hollywood, California. Clarity, which is described as an emo, pop-punk, and punk rock release, marked the beginning of frontman Jim Adkins' tenure as the band's main vocalist, taking over from guitarist Tom Linton.

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