Candle-Ends | To the Sea

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To the Sea

by Candle-Ends

Motionless, picaresque, do-good, nonchalant, prevalent, grotesque, erratic, plague-bearing.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. To the Sea, pt. 1
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2. Eyes of Fire
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3. Subject to Change
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4. Chemical Creatures
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5. To the Sea, pt. 2
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6. Automaton
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7. Juice
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8. Joy Train
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9. To the Sea, pt. 3
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WHO IS CANDLE-ENDS?

In a dark basement in West Michigan, Candle-Ends sits on a metal fold-out chair, singing songs of fatalist resignation into his dusty four-track cassette recorder.

On To the Sea, his 2004 debut album, Candle-Ends plays all instruments, including electric and acoustic guitar, a cheap old keyboard, a rented cello and a metal can. Throughout the album are scattered voices from his past, resurrected from old tapes, including a young, storytelling Candle-Ends on the three \"To the Sea\" framing tracks.

[It\'s now Sept. 2008 and I\'m burning more of these. Since I decided to make the packaging more simple this time (and since the album is so short) I decided to add three extra songs to the physical version of the album: \"Marrakech,\" \"Coda,\" and an alternate version of \"Eyes of Fire.\" If you already bought the album and want these songs, send me an e-mail.]

HE IS THE MAN IN FRONT OF YOU AT THE GROCERY STORE, PLACING HIS SODA POP AND COOKIES ON THE CONVEYOR BELT WITH CRACKED RED KNUCKLES.

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