Colortone | Crash, Repair, Repeat

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Crash, Repair, Repeat

by Colortone

Colortone's 3rd full-length release is a 10-track collection of dark, spacious, intimate, sticky sweet songs from LA songwriter Dickie Chapin.
Genre: Easy Listening: Orchestral Pop
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1. Highwire Double Suicide
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2. Wire Girl & Cardboard Man
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3. Lost Around A Girl
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4. Strawberry Shakes
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5. Snowflake
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6. Ex Angel
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7. Tokopah
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8. M's Garden
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9. Crashing Down
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10. Fall Awake
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Colortone is an emotionally intimate simultaneous look at life's youthful innocence and tragedy. Musically, Colortone draws inspiration from synth-pop, new age, film score, lullaby and pre-WWII crooner. The bubblegum-music versus no-hope-lyrics paradox seems to realize the conflict and childlike wonder that simultaneously occupy the mind of its creator.

Colortone released 2 full-length CD's (1999's "Constructive Stumblings" and 2000's "Lullabies For Starlets") before taking a long hiatus while Dickie concentrated on other musical pursuits. After 12 years, Dickie revived the project for a 3rd release, entitled "Crash, Repair, Repeat."

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