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CD REVIEW: 3d5spd – Fever in the Ice Age
By Ben Ohmart - 12/04/2002 - 02:59 PM EST

Artist: 3d5spd
Album: Fever in the Ice Age
CD Review: Looking for some intelligent indie rock that juts between prog and experimental, with a long stop over at alternative? Listen to

Justin Gray - bass, reconnaissance
Chris Hoke - guitars, vocals, parachute tech
Sean Moore - drums, textures, night vision
Joie Williams - samples, synths, vocals, chemical analysis


1. This Situation
2. Now & Then
3. Lightweight
4. Clarity
5. Neon Seasons
6. Celsius One
7. Wide Air
8. Live Wire
9. Red Wire
10. Celsius Two
11. Tunnel Vision
12. Celsius Three
13. We Accelerate

Tuneful, expressive and not too hard for the older kids. Sort of like how Sting started out, full of promise and punk (3d5spd is decidedly ‘spunk’ though). The vocalist sounds like a young Sting just about all the time. That and impassioned playing, how can it be a bad thing?

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