202 | On the Back of a Bird

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On the Back of a Bird

by 202

Reverend Cage and Professor Anderson, crafty quirky pop-rock tunes and imbuing them with meaning after the fact. Oct 2018 brings the release of their album ‘On The Back Of A Bird.’
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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1. Soon
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2. Cruel Sea
3:15 $0.99
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3. Closer
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4. TV Love
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5. Perfect Day
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6. Money
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7. Everything
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8. The Way We Were
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9. Marlo Breeze
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10. Seasons
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11. Peace at Last
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Reverend Cage and Professor Anderson, crafty quirky pop-rock tunes and imbuing them with meaning after the fact. Oct 2018 brings the release of their album ‘On The Back Of A Bird.’
Located across Victoria, the 202 musicians have been collaborating for almost 15 years and have written over 60 original tunes.
The collaborators last played in a room together in 2002 and started a songwriting/recording project in 2011.
Most of the songwriting and melodic instruments are done in Cage's lair in Elwood; drums, percussion and a bit of dodgy guitar are laid down on the Professor's country estate.
Reviews so far have been:
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"I've listened to the whole album and it's terrific. Seriously. Bono meets Bowie with a hint of Springsteen.
Top three for me: Soon, Everything, and Peace at Last.
I was playing it when my partner came home and she walked in the door...and said: "This is good. I like this song. She doesn't impress easily, especially with music, so that's a big vote."

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