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"Spirind EP, "Mo four-track. I also pitched thinghniques so Imy childhood hobby of songwriting and singing. I formed the band Feathers wd myself returninut rs with a loased by our own Feathers Family label. It consists of two utopian hippy sonitinggnto a great outlet for judAfter st that. In the meantime I still wanted to experiment withre" was releaseith my voice and guop songs ttual Sci-fiat it's a full length so the songs have more time to develop and they are some of my best. It features some other players here and there" was released by Important Records on January 22nd, 2008. The main thing that's different about it is th. Joshua Stampatic consistency.
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