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      CommentAuthorbrycemidas
    • CommentTimeJan 20th 2009
     (4800.1)
    Hi friends, enemies and people upon whom I have not made a significant enough impact to decide whether or not we are friends or enemies yet,

    Hopefully, for those of you who are undecided, this might help you make a decision more quickly, carefully and prestidigitally,

    I have put my last album, Museum of Accidents, up for download:

    Here

    SO

    Download it

    Love it

    Hate it

    Let me know what you think about it. Half the songs are in the new direction that I am going and the other half are...well...old but I think it strikes a nice balance.

    Also, since rickiep00h pointed out that I have not included the tracklisting/any metadata to evidence that I have put any thought into the order of the album and have, infact, included a lot of scary numbers to confuse you, here is the track listing for the album:

    1) Long, Long Night
    2) Slings & Arrows
    3) Henry Miller VS the Sea
    4) Mixtape Song
    5) Angelina
    6) St. Anthony Falls
    7) Liquor Lyles, 2:30 AM
    8) Midwestern Boy

    Enjoy, folks!
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      CommentAuthorrhyzzz
    • CommentTimeJan 20th 2009
     (4800.2)
    Am currently downloading.

    Is the whole album just you, or are there any other musicians playing?
    Also what sort of genre/s can I expect?
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      CommentAuthorbrycemidas
    • CommentTimeJan 20th 2009
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    The album is mostly me, there are a couple of songs (Henry Miller VS the Sea and St. Anthony Falls) where I am joined by Rob Schmidt (who plays drums for Battlefields as well as being a dirty longhair) and Mike Barnum with whom I play sometimes on his Riesage project. It's kinda folky/alt country/weird shoegaze at times, but I'll let you draw your own conjectures.
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      CommentAuthorrickiep00h
    • CommentTimeJan 20th 2009
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    I love this album. Love it.

    Also, I can vouch for Rob Schimdt's Battlefields, while we're at it. Not only do I know they're 17 kinds of brutal metal, Rob was in some of my production classes!

    Fargo music FTW!
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      CommentAuthorbrittanica
    • CommentTimeJan 20th 2009
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    neat, this is another case of me finding and liking something i wouldn't have gone out looking for.

    might be my favorite thing about the chapel.

    i really do like this, it's fairly relaxing.
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    Am downloading. Will comment.
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      CommentAuthorCameron C.
    • CommentTimeJan 20th 2009
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    Really loving it so far. Do you have a website or any previous albums?
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      CommentAuthorkeighter
    • CommentTimeJan 20th 2009
     (4800.8)
    Really like it! Thanks for sharing. Need another listen to give more details, all I can say for now is me likes.
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      CommentAuthortaphead
    • CommentTimeJan 21st 2009
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    This thing is very good, thanks for putting it up!

    It's always nice to see the variety of genres we produce on WC.

    (Need coffee make brain go make language stuff.)
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      CommentAuthorbrycemidas
    • CommentTimeJan 21st 2009
     (4800.10)
    @sgrsickness
    I have a website - here. And as for other albums, yes I have one and no you can't have it because I put it out when I was just out of highschool and it is terrible.

    Howayyyyver, hopefully by the fall I will have a new record out that I am really excited about that is about large ungulates dying in mass quantities.

    @everyone - thanks for all the kind words!
    • CommentAuthorAlexGBYMR
    • CommentTimeJan 21st 2009
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    The album is damn fine sir.
    Well done.
    Cheers for the free download and all. It makes already very good music even better.
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    i enjoyed, feels like a more country vic chesnutt.
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      CommentAuthorLBA
    • CommentTimeJan 21st 2009
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    thanks for the music, I will listen to it this evening
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    Hello. Downloaded and listnened. I liked it, but was listening to it in the background, and it almost fades away if you're not careful. A song would end and I would forget to start the next one because it just seemed like such a natural transition from song to silence.

    Also, one of the songs struck me as being slightly John Mayer-ish. I like Mayer well enough; that wasn't either a negative or positive comment, but simply an observation. I didn't feel like any of the songs had any great catchy hooks or melodies. I don't think that all music has to be some pop, verse-chorus-verse-structured, hook-laden kid-bop, or whatever, but I felt like the group of songs was lacking something that was really going to draw me in to want to listen more actively; and perhaps that comes down to musical tastes...

    I'll give another listen, most likely, though, so perhaps I'll love it the next time. As it is now, it was just good music that I could live without hearing again. Thanks for the free tunes.