From the outside, Jimmy Eat World's Tempe studio looks just like another sterile office space in a quiet, out-of-the-way business complex. But walk through the nondescript entrance and the place is a surprisingly cozy rock 'n' roll den. There's enough cushy seating for a decent-sized party, and instruments are strewn everywhere -- a drum kit in the corner, a piano across the room, guitars propped up in different nooks. Egg-crate foam and silver foil insulation blankets the high ceilings, and heavy, wine-colored velvet curtains drape the walls. These guys could make a hell of a racket in here and no one... More >>>