Thanks for visiting Interpunk.com!
THE ULTIMATE MUSIC & MERCH STORE!
With 80,482 Punk, Metal, Indie, HXC & Ska items!

Welcome to INTERPUNK!
Returning Customer?
Please log in here
New Customer?
Open an account here
Log out ^Not you?

Thank you for shopping at Interpunk.com!
Items:0
Cost:$0.00
View your cart
Saved Carts
Secure checkout

After each order ships, we will thank you by issuing you instant usable rewards, and no coupons to lose or forget.
Get started now...






  On Sale
  Bands
  Record Label
  Song Title
  Compilations
  IP Local
  Reviews
  Leather Jackets
  Dickies
  Converse
  Draven
  Hurley
  T.U.K.



  



Click to view a larger image
Laymen Terms

Drive To Nowhere: Verity's Novel

Suburban Home

Released on September 21, 2004

This item is not available for purchase. Sorry!


Tell a friend about this item
View other music on the same record label


Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Desert Skies  0%
2 Verity  0%
3 Nothing Will Change  0%
4 Temple  0%
5 3 Weeks In  0%
6 Piano  0%
7 Cabin Fever  0%
8 Satellite  0%
9 Tonite  0%
10 Until You Walk Away  0%
11 Miss Allison  0%
12 Blue Cars  0%
Come back on or after Tuesday, September 21 to vote for your favorite songs

People Who Bought This Item Also Bought

Click for more info
Roses Are Red
Conversations CD
Click for more info
Underminded
Hail Unamerican CD
Click for more info
Tsunami Bomb
Definitive Act CD
Click for more info
V/A
Radio Songs? CD
Click for more info
Pictured Reflection
Today Hires Less CD
Click for more info
Complete
Windows And Shadows CD
Click for more info
First On Mars
Just Got Back CD


Customer Reviews

 
Displaying the only customer review
 
Reviews are written by people that purchased this item from Interpunk
Click to view all reviews by this person
Kevin from De Pere, WI 
May 20 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I've had this CD since it came out and since nobody has reviewed it yet, what the hell....because it deserves it. This band has definitely evolved and matured musically, lyrically, etc since their past few releases and I think it is for the better. A fine indie/emo/rock disc, with a mix of fast and slow songs, along with some instrumentals, making it a diverse album that stands out amongst the crowd. It adds up to nearly an hour of solid and often times beautiful music--accentuated by the strong vocals and guitar work. Worth checking out---I believe they have mp3s for listening on purevolume's site. My fav tracks are Nothing Will Change, Desert Skies, 3 Weeks In, and Tonite.





Click below for more
"Laymen Terms"

Everything (3)
Clothing (3)
T-Shirt (3)










© 1997-2014 Interpunk Inc. All rights reserved. Our Privacy Policy Read our disclaimer.