Jimmy Eat World: Jim Adkins (vocals, guitar, piano, Farfisa organ, Hammond B-3 organ, Casiotone keyboard, bass, percussion); Tom Linton (guitar); Mark Trombino (Farfisa organ, Minimoog synthesizer, percussion, programming); Zach Lind (vibraphone, bass, drums, percussion, bells, chimes); Rick Burch (bass). Additional personnel: Joel Derouin (violin); Suzie Katayama (cello). Recorded at Sound City, Van Nuys, California and Clear Lake Audio, North Hollywood, California. Originally released on Capitol (55950). Issued in 1999, CLARITY found emo darlings Jimmy Eat World reaching a substantially larger audience, thanks in part to sharper, catchier songwriting. While the outing sees the Arizona-based band, led by singer/guitarist Jim Adkins, offering up hook-driven anthems such as "Lucky Denver Mint," it also expands the group's sound considerably, particularly on the dynamic closing epic, "Goodbye Sky Harbor," and paves the way for Jimmy Eat World's 2001 breakthrough album.