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no repetition in this song - it begins and ends and we don't now how and why...
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Uploaded: Jul 31, 2015 - 06:23:50 PM
Last Updated: Jul 31, 2015 - 06:23:50 PM Last Played: Aug 02, 2019 - 05:24:57 AM
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DWL said 1533 days ago (August 3rd, 2015)
Elements of XTC and Radiohead but quite unique.

Really well put together. Very sophisticated.

I'm impressed.



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carbon said 1533 days ago (August 3rd, 2015)
neat trick
a progression of unique motifs coming together forming an integrated idea. wow! one of my favorites of yours yet. thanks!
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PeterB7858 said 1469 days ago (October 6th, 2015)
What else
Another fine post. Sorry I missed this earlier. Great rock voice. Like the dynamic arrangement. Quality production. Worth far more MJ support. Thanks.
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MarkHolbrook said 1467 days ago (October 8th, 2015)
Repetition is overrated
This proves that without a doubt. Nicely done!
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Henke said 1463 days ago (October 12th, 2015)
I got
A little bit of Peter Gabriel vibes from this, not sure why. He certainly doesn't use those heavy metal guitars ;-) But maybe something in the telling of a story in a dynamic way. Anyways, I like what I hear, glad I found you.

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