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Peculiar Confessions.

1. Walk the Aisle. 3:32 G Hendrikse
2. Maybe I’ll Change My Name. 3:39 G Hendrikse M Douglas
3. Amy and You. 4:29 G Hendrikse
4. Nigel. 3:49 G Hendrikse
5. I’m Lazy. 5:01 G Hendrikse
6. Hair of the Beard of the Prophet. 6:26 G Hendrikse
7. Stain of Sin. 3:20 G Douglas
8. Eye Of The Tiger. 4;42 F Sullivan J Peterrik
9. Amy and You (Full Version) 5:46
10. Nigel (Full Version) 4:44

Alex Lampe plays lead guitar on I’m Lazy, Amy and You, Change My Name and Stain of Sin.
Nahum Bowlin plays lead guitar on Walk The Aisle.
All other instruments are played by M Douglas and G Hendrikse.
All lyrics by G Hendrikse except Stain of Sin and Eye of the Tiger
Production mixing and mastering by G Hendrikse and M Douglas,
except and Nigel, mixed and mastered by B Coxon
All Photos courtesy of Gary Hendrikse, Greg and Cristina Douglas

Radius Kink are members of APRA
Distribution by DRM

This is a disparate collection of songs written by us over the last 10 years.
I’ll Change my Name and Amy and You were the first of our collaborations. I remember feeling very nervous about playing them to others, just in case they were rubbish.
I listened to the original mixes recently and felt they could do with a spruce up, so here they are in their 2017 glory.
Stain of Sin is our latest collaboration, this is personal account from Greg and the lyrics are poignant. It was written for his father, Macgregor Campbell Douglas Snr, before he passed away earlier this year from ALS (Motor-Neurone Disease).
Walk The Aisle is a wedding song for a friend, Nigel as about a guy I met in Auckland and I’m Lazy is autobiographic, the rest you can figure out.
In the words of David Bowie
‘Love On Ya’
Gary Hendrikse

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