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Time Is the Distance

Epitaph / Ada 86599.2

Released on May 8, 2001

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As the cry of “Control, control. For who? For what” echoed out of a South Bay garage in the winter of 1994, the Deviates were born. Now, seven years later, the Deviates prepare to release their second full-length album, Time Is The Distance, and take their place at the table amongst a legacy of some of the greatest hardcore bands of all time.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 17 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Come With Me Voted #1  30%
2 Turn It Down Voted #3  8%
3 Right Back To You Voted #2  9%
4 Twice As Nice  7%
5 One In Ten  7%
6 So I Become  4%
7 Time Is The Distance  6%
8 The End  5%
9 No Mistake  7%
10 Disclaimer  2%
11 Grounded  2%
12 Start Again  2%
13 Profile  5%
14 My Crime  5%
Come back on or after Tuesday, May 8 to vote for your favorite songs

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Murphy from Apo, AE 
Apr 2 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Good stuff. Before Punk-O-Rama vol. 6, I wasn't familiar with the band. But I loved their song on that comp and needed to hear some more. I'm glad I bought this c.d. because they are now truly one of my favorite bands. Their sound is hard but doesn't drive you away. It's good punk.

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Sara from Monroeville, PA 
Mar 26 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

The Deviates are amazing. This cd is amazing. I originally thought it was fairly average, but after pulling it out to give it another listen several months after buying it, I realized its true greatness.

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Paul from Merseyside, United Kingdom 
Nov 1 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Hmm,this CD is ok, got some really nice catchy tunes, but it gets repetative and a bit dull. nice skate/pop punk, singersgot a good voice and the bass player is good, but its nothing ground-breaking, and i dont reach for it out of my collection.

you'll like this if your into Tenfootpole, old blink, poppy NOFX etc..

If you wana pick up a REALLY good CD in this vein, get SPEED IS RELATIVE by CIGAR or EVER REVOLVING NEVER EVEOLVING by 30footFALL

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John from Johnstown, PA 
Oct 30 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is quite radical I have to say. Come with me is such a great song and a lot of other ones as well. I only heard this cd one time so far but one thing I picked up is that the deviates are a cross between NOFX musically and the offsprings lead singer. It reminds me so much of a cross between those two. I would mainly recommend it if you were an offspring fan or anyone who likes good punk for that matter.

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John from Swansea, United Kingdom 
May 16 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is fuckin sweet, buy it now. The guitar, the lyrics, the drums, the bass, it all fits together like a jigsaw and it aint random like some bands.

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Kenny from Tuolumne, CA 
Feb 22 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Ya hey, If you like Pennywise Unknown road and About Time you will love Deviates Time Is The Distance. These guys rock live and have really good lyrics.

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Tom from Mashpee, MA 
Jan 23 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

You may not have known this, but the deviates are really good. I found out about them from a sk8 video i got at some local sk8 comp. It was the song "Come With Me". These guys have a kind of Pennywise-ish soud but a little different. I love the lead singers voice. I also love mullets but that's not what this review is about. I have a feeling these guys will get bog soon so get the CD while they're still small. That way you can bragg about how you had the album before anyone. That's what I would do!

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Jeremy from Oregon City, OR 
Dec 26 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is gonna be short, but sweet. This is an awesome disc! I never heard these guys before; then I saw them when they played a show with "800 Octane" in Portland, Oregon (800 Octane is a band you should definitely check out!). They write great music and the vocals are great because they are fairly original. These guys are not another boring pop-punk band. If you want to hear some great music, buy this disc.

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Matt from Newtown, PA 
Aug 3 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars


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Erica from Parker, AZ 
Apr 27 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I love this band so much. Everything by them is amazing. They really have a lot of good songs, no really weak songs. If you like Pennywise, you'd probably like the Deviates.

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