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All The Pictures

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All The Pictures is the name of a one man music-making project designed entirely for the derivication of fun. Dead pan drum machines, grand piano romps, funky banjos, a string quartet and a glockenspiel.

The new record, This Was… is a four track melopop croon, and is available as a free download here, or at


http://www.myspace.com/allthepictures

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  • Ghengisonogram

    Love your sound!

    19 Jul 2011 Reply
  • dkam136

    Hi. I really really like you guys. Thanks sooo much for making your music free. I've plugged you guys on my site. http://spacemusic136.com/?p=99

    7 Oct 2009 Reply
  • thingemon

    this is damn good, why doesn't it have more plays?

    11 Dec 2008 Reply
  • visionize

    Oh, by the way. If you like this, you need to check out Beat Radio. It reminds me somewhat of them, atleast the sound. You can download their cd for free on www.beatradio.org, as well as demos etc. They are fantastic.

    8 Dec 2007 Reply
  • visionize

    Ba1thazar, your right. I love the ending of fingers.

    8 Dec 2007 Reply
  • tompeel

    sup saw you guys about a year ago at the bulls head, man you've come a long way, you were good then your brilliant now!

    3 Dec 2007 Reply
  • Ba1thazar

    Fans of Le Loup should get on top of this directly.

    21 Oct 2007 Reply
  • harryosborne

    Hurrah for All The Pictures and his yum-yum music.

    24 Sep 2007 Reply
  • thegraphiteboy

    Hell yeah. I Have A Brother is amazing. It'll be nice to see the charts jump up suddenly next week

    22 Sep 2007 Reply