Although Arizona’s Fifty percent String didn’t release their first genuine album until 1996, their droning make of multi-guitar rock is very much indeed grounded in the choice sounds from the past due ’80s and early ’90s. Just like a much less bombastic, gentler undertake the My Bloody Valentine audio, they also favour languid, slurry vocals and hazy harmonies, additional staples of post-punk underground music. Although they are liberating singles and EPs since 1993, and released a German compilation Compact disc in 1995, A Desire for Heights (Individual Task, 1996) was their first genuine full-length U.S. name. Unfortunately, it had been also their last. Immediately after the discharge, the band stated their farewells. In 2012, Captured Paths released a compilation of most of the EPs entitled Maps for Rest 1991-1994.