Finding the roots of a past, buried by the slow ticking of time, it becomes more and more apparent that time might be an illusion. Some kind of trick with a tick. Strangely familiar to Philip K. Dick's account after he wrote, "Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said." "How to Build a Universe That Doesn't Fall Apart Two Days Later," recalls the theory that came to fruition after his strange experiences. Coming to the possible conclusion that underneath this ever changing world lies the eternal, the unchanging, the absolute real.
Somewhere in 2004 the story for the album began. The roller coaster welcomed me and I hopped on. "Buy the ticket take the ride," words of encouragement from the inventor of Gonzo Journalism. "The Sang," became the greeting lyric for, "Shinny Clocks."
"Retreat with me I'm failing to feel alive," another lyric that dives right into the theme of escapism. I'm not ashamed of it. The idea of the fact that, "perhaps all pleasure is relief." I'm starting to believe such a thing with boiling pots of angst brewing in the kitchen. Although, escapism doesn't always grace the theme, but simply my view of the world at that point in time.
A constant state of being undone; have your walls and fence torn down to experience something that has nothing to do with the past or the future. Just the present lasts forever.
This is my collection of songs from 2004 to the end of 2008. The story doesn't end, the album is just Chapter 1. We've seen the nation go from being ruled by the right to the people being empowered for the decision to change. History was made at the end of '08. Traveling in the time machine to relive the last 4 years in '09. Set up the Mic's and hit the record button - I told myself to play these 13 songs like they were written yesterday.
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