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Centro-Matic - Navigational

Centro-Matic - Navigational

Performer: Centro-Matic
Title: Navigational
Style: Lo-Fi, Indie Rock
Released: 20 Apr 1999
Cat#: IR 017
Country: US
Label: Idol Records
Size MP3 version: 2948 mb
Size FLAC version: 1288 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 494
Genre: Rock

Centro-Matic - Navigational


1Nevermind The Sounds1:17
2Line, Connection, Aim2:58
3This Vicious Crime2:43
4Ordinary Days5:02
5Ruin This With Style5:37
6The Massacre Went Well2:23
7Cross You That Way4:35
8Hazlitt Takes To Shore2:31
9Numbers One And Three5:14
10The Panacea Tonight4:58
11All Hail The Label Scouts3:50
12Not Forever Now4:00
13Lasted 'til Today2:37
14The Beautiful Ones7:16
15With Respect To Alcohol2:54
16Ballad Of Private Rifle Sound2:42


  • Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Twelve String]Mark Hedman
  • Drums, PercussionMatt Pence
  • Piano, Violin, Bass, Vocals, Gong, SynthesizerScott Danbom
  • Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Twelve String], BassWill Johnson


  • Barcode: 0 9805-42017-2 6


Navigational is the second full-length album by Centro-Matic. The album was recorded by Matt Pence in Milstadt, Illinois, at Jay Farrar's studio. All songs were written by Will Johnson. Never Mind the Sounds. All Hail the Label Scouts. Ruin This With Style. With Respect to Alcohol. Ordinary Days. This Vicious Crime. Cross You that Way. The Ballad of Private Rifle Sound. Not Forever Now. Numbers One and Three. Lasted til Today. Hazlitt Takes to Shore. The Panacea Tonight. Album 1999 16 Songs. More By Centro-Matic. See free to Centro-matic Navigational Nevermind the Sounds, All Hail the Label Scouts and more. 16 tracks 60:34. Released: Jan album. Just better. The album was recorded by Matt Pence in Milstadt, IL at Jay Farrar's studio. 1 Track listing. 2 Personnel. 3 References. 4 External links. Centro-Matic Format: Audio CD. Please retry. Buy the selected items together. This item:Navigational by Centro-Matic Audio CD . Only 2 left in stock more on the way. Ships from and sold by . South San Gabriel SongsMusic by Centro-Matic Audio CD . Centro-matic began with blessedly little intention back in the mid 90s as the four-track recording project of young musician Will Johnson then drummer for Denton, Texas, band Funland. But the stakes were upped when, in December 1997, future Centro-matic drummer Matt Pence teamed up with Johnson to record what would become the bands 1997 debut LP, Redo the Stacks. Centro-matic was an American band based in Denton, Texas. Jay Farrar is an American songwriter and musician currently based in St. A veteran of two critically acclaimed music groups, Uncle Tupelo and Son Volt, he began his solo music career in 2001