February 12, 1996
Dischord Records
Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Indie Rock, Post-Hardcore, Emo

Album Review

Why mess with a good thing? Sound in Time is another spare but striking release from Lungfish. While it falls in the same vein as the rest of the band's ever-growing catalog, the minimalist sound and probing lyrics are how Lungfish helped pioneer the post-hardcore movement. Riff after riff, beat after beat, the rock-solid foundation is laid for Daniel Higgs' mysterious, emotive lyrics. Somehow, Sound in Time is profound and accessible all at once, something very few albums ever accomplish, but something Lungfish accomplishes time and time again.
Ron DePasquale, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Constellations
  2. To Whom You Were Born
  3. Jonah
  4. Solid State
  5. X-Ray the Pharaoh
  6. Signpost
  7. Sphere of Influence
  8. The Cipher
  9. Panic and Hysteria
  10. Constellations
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