System and Station | In the Twilight

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In the Twilight

by System and Station

Big rock with alot of melody and changing time signatures. Good fun meaningful lyrics
Genre: Rock: Math Rock
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1. Oregon Song
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3:40 album only
2. See You On the Moon
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5:43 album only
3. History Repeats Itself
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4. Patience to Burn
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5:36 album only
5. Art of Letting Go
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6. Spanich Tree
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6:35 album only
7. Same As You
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5:20 album only
8. Simple Machines
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3:33 album only
9. In the Twilight
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10. Those Mornings You Wake Up Saved
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11. The Good Fight
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Album Notes
System and Station formed in Boise, ID in 1998. The band started as a three piece and moved across the country only five months after its inception. The first move was to Madison, WI where they could be centralized to tour the Midwest and East coast.. Within the first four months in Madison they had an offer with a local label to release an EP and decided to take the chance. The label (mafia money records) had worked with Ritual Device, Hugh, and Transformer Loot bag and seemed to be a descent beginning. Three months after the release of the record “Prospects of Living Daily” the label folded leaving System and Station an album with no promotion. They decided to tour as much as they possibly could and get the word of mouth out about S+S. They fortunately had some help from friends in Built to Spill that year as they took System and Station on a few tour dates. In 2000 with a gracious offer from Smart studios they recorded the full length LP “Pictures found in Paragraphs”. The album was recorded and mixed by Mark Haines (Son Volt, Archers of Loaf, Rainer Maria, Poster Children) in two days. It took almost a year before it was released on Crustacean Records and distributed by Southern Records. Regionally the album did well placing as high as #4 on Milwaukee radio and selling out in stores. They started hitting the road every other month for 3 to 6 weeks and then planned for there next move, Portland, OR. In August of 2001 System and Station packed up and headed to Portland, OR to work the west side of the country and be closer to their families. In September Crustacean released a compilation album of songs recorded during the span of time in Madison and was titled “Compiling the #7”. The people at Crustacean had always been very supportive of System and Station but their ability to promote was small because of funding problems so the release fell under the radar. In spring of 2002 System and Station headed out on a 7 week tour with Chicago’s Land of the El Caminos and would prove to be the end for two System and Station members. Dave Wall and Mike Rundle (the original rhythm section) decided they wanted to go back to Boise, ID and RFK headed back to Portland to see what was next. After debate, consideration and encouragement System and Station reformed as a four piece bringing Palmer Cloud in as the fourth member on guitar. Palmer and Ryan had been playing together for years in various other bands so playing together was instinctual and songwriting was split more between Palmer and RFK. In 2003 S&S released “If you Find Me Let Me Know” on Latest Flame records and headed out on the road for a national tour. The album and tour were both successful and well received. The time span between the start of the next album and last were turbulent to say the least with band members leaving and personal relationships falling apart as well as constant label problems with Crustacean records. The result is what some have considered a masterpiece. “In the Twilight” was released in January 2005 after a year of recording and over three members leaving the band. In February System and Station set out on what looked to be the last tour for the band. After seven years of System and Station and the past several turbulent years the band needed to be put on hold for awhile. March 2005 started a year hiatus which produced RFK Heise’s solo efforts under the name Protest Hill. Palmer and RFK started to write songs after the parting of S&S and had planned on a new name change but when they started writing songs there was no denying it was time for another System and Station record. The album, not yet titled, will be out in fall of 2006 on Latest Flame records followed by a national tour and the return of System and Station. Discography: “In the Twilight” – 2005 Crustacean Records “If you find me let me know” – 2003 Crustacean/Latest Flame Records “Compiling the #7” – 2001 Crustacean Records “Picture found in Paragraphs” – 2001 Crustacean Records, “Prospects of Living Daily” – 1999 Mafia Money Records * songs have been featured on Fox Sports Net and various US compilations including pdx pop fest now, boise compilation, crustacean records compilation, copper press compilations, etc.* festivals include- 2003 NW musicfest* 2004 PDX POP Fest -2002 NW music fest - 2003 Kansas City Spirit Fest- 2004 CMJ – 2001 CMJ – 2000 CMJ – 1999 CMJ.
RFK Heise- Vox, Keys, Guitar/ Palmer Cloud- Guitar, keys /Mark Mattery- Bass /Adam Draper - Drums, Percussion
Sunshine hitting you just right when you are about to jump off a bridge. The smell of fresh cinnamon on a rainy day. Realizing that you are as fucked up as you thought you were but its okay because the person next to you is just as fucked up. That movie Time Bandits. Being passionate about being passionate. This very moment


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