Functioning on Impatience
Infobox Album |
Name = Functioning on Impatience
Type = studio
Artist = Coalesce
April 16, 2002
Recorded = Red House Studios,
Length = 20:06
Second Nature Recordings
Producer = Ed Rose
Last album = "
Give Them Rope"
This album = "Functioning on Impatience"
Next album = " (EP)"
"Functioning on Impatience" is the second full length album from
# "You Can't Kill Us All"
# "Recurring Ache Of Monotony Still Running"
# "A New Language"
# "On Being A Bastard"
# "My Love For Extremes"
# "Measured In Gray"
# "A Disgust For Details"
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