|1||Come With Me||Lyrics/Info||2:57|
|2||Turn It Down||Lyrics/Info||2:41|
|3||Right Back To You||Lyrics/Info||2:47|
|4||Twice As Nice||Lyrics/Info||3:03|
|5||One In Ten||Lyrics/Info||3:20|
|6||So I Become||Lyrics/Info||2:28|
|7||Time Is The Distance||Lyrics/Info||2:45|
Their Epitaph debut, "Time Is The Distance" is an emotionally driven album both musically and lyrically. Heralded as one of the most explosive punk albums to spring from the South Bay in years, "Time Is The Distance" hit the streets May 8, 2001 and was met with widespread acclaim from press and fans alike. The album's spirit and guts matches the Deviates' live energy, recalling such monster bands as Black Flag and the Circle Jerks.
As the cry of "Control, control. For who? For what" echoed out of a South Bay garage in the winter of 1994, the Deviates were ...