To describe Sheffield, UK's 65daysofstatic is not an easy task. Indeed, most who have tried can merely hint at the depths these guys reach with their wide-open sounds, melding seamless guitar shapes with ferocious drum ‘n bass styled beats, live drums and computer glitch. A soundtrack to a new dimension, where rock, dance and electronica are equals. A refreshing glimpse into the future at a time when the music industry has arguably been far too obsessed with all things retro.
The talented quartet – Joe Shrewsbury, Paul Wolinski, Rob Jones and Simon Wright – scored an unlikely hit in 2004 with their debut album, The Fall Of Math. A critical success, it launched the band into a new league of recognition; here, they would hone their sound, transforming from studio operatives crafting rave music for rockers into a rock band impossible not to rave to. Live, they excelled. Audiences swelled. Album two, 2005's One Time For All Time, furthered their already enviable reputation. Audiences got larger still.
The long-awaited first vinyl edition of 65daysofstatic's classic, critically acclaimed 2005 album, One Time For All Time, is available here on 180g vinyl (500 copies). The album will also be available on colored 180g vinyl (500 copies). All LPs include a large format 12-page color booklet containing the images and titles of all 1000 hand-decorated individual Polaroid photos taken by the band and used to create unique customized sleeves for the sold-out limited edition "Radio Protector" 7" single in 2006, plus a copy of the album on CD and a color-printed inner sleeve.