Creeping Myrtle | Ode to the Urchin

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Ode to the Urchin

by Creeping Myrtle

Music to snog and smoke to while wearing headphones in the dark, eyes closed, breathing deep the gathering gloom
Genre: Pop: British Pop
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Randal Prater was the songwriter, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist for Creeping Myrtle, a band/project that spanned from the beginning of 1994 to the end of 2003. A full decade and three albums of output. "Kindergarten" was the first album and consisted of the early EP collection before "Ode to the Urchin" followed in 1999. "Devils in the Details" was the final album released in 2003 on Doldrum Records.

Randal then went on to form The Pagan States and released one self-titled album in 2006, also on Doldrum.

Currently, Randal is on the cusp of releasing his first solo album where he played and recorded all the parts himself. Look for that on March 20th.

Related links:
CREEPINGMYRTLE.com
RANDALPRATER.com
PAGANSTATES.com
DOLDRUM.com

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Gothic Topic


...a nice accompaniment for an overcast day where one can just settle indoors on a fluffy down pillow as many tensions ebb away...
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Starvox


...as fine a calling card as any band could hope to pro-offer...
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Seattle Post-intelligencer


...an intricate terrace of sound...
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Amazon.com


...the perfect soundtrack to rainy afternoons at the end of the millennium...
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Elixir


...a sensuous experience requiring several listenings to absorb all the nuance, detail and lyrical poetry...
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