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Bciv | Guts on the Outside

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Guts on the Outside

by Bciv

This is Junk Rock. The 'J' is for Jazz, the 'unk' is for Punk... if that isn't obvious. Warning: This might melt your ears and also contains references to Jesus and corn pone. Basically, this is me sort of like exploding. So, uh. Yeah. Have fun
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Least of My Brothers
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2. How Sweet the Honey Is
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3. Jesus Plus Nothing
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4. Faith Is a Verb
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5. If My Life Don't End
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6. The World Is Flat I Am a Cat
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7. Jesus' Chalice
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8. And as I Close My Eyes
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9. Praising You Until My Heart Is Still
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10. Son of Asher
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11. Corn Pwn Posse (Reet's Cafe)
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12. At the Sunray Cafe
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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I've got a lot of pent up anger and frustration. I also have a lot of fear right now. I'm really stressed out. My life is a mess. I'm re-experiencing withdrawal symptoms from past drugs I had kicked. Apparently, this is a warning sign of a possible relapse...but enough about me, right? Tracks are more punk at the beginning and more jazzy toward the end. In the spirit of punk rock, the tuning of guitars, is not something that occurred during the recording of this album. Heavy bass, screeching guitar, blistering trombone, and trashcan-style drumming...I'm sure that's a thing? Maybe? This album took such an incredibly long time to record it is astounding. Careful shaping of the sound of the instruments themselves was a labor of immense torture. I feel a bit better after spewing my guts out into the mic and beating on my guitar. The mic stand must have been knocked down twenty times during recording. My brand new Fender Elite Stratocaster now detuned to B with super fat round-wound strings, has earned a battle wound. I am working on being more trusting of God's will in my life.

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