So what do you do when after months of searching for the right band members, your drummer decides the Love boat is calling, your bass players wants to be the next Gary Kasparov and his replacement commits to his day job? Well, if you're Pan Out Now, you decide that 3 heads and better than 6 - put technology to work for you, with a MAC filling in the gaps. This band's debut disk consists of 6 songs that combine funky grooves with textured hamronies and a solid rock drive. While at times anglar and edgy, other times moody and subdued, PROGRESS maintains a quiet optimism that runs throughout. Upon it's release in 1997, PROGRESS went to campus radio across Canada with very good results. Although the band was pleased with the positive feedback of press and radio, they were eager to start recording a full length album - a concept album, and so in 1998, Tim and Stephanie began putting together 'Strange Tales From The Urban Circle'...