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Episode Two

by Dævvskævv

No regard for genre or genre boundaries. Pop meets metal meets avant-garde.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Progressive Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Close to Me
3:34 $0.99
2. Music for an Imaginary Video Game
5:41 $0.99
3. Better a Crook Than a Fascist: Variations, Pt. 1
3:33 $0.99
4. Better a Crook Than a Fascist: Variations, Pt. 2
5:21 $0.99
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Album Notes
No regard for genre or genre boundaries. Pop meets metal meets avant-garde. This time some chip music is thrown in there for good measure.

Episode Two is the second (you don’t say?) release from this new and alternative project from Cecilie Langlie (Havnatt, Omit, Skumring, Vagrant God) and Tom Simonsen (Havnatt, It's the End, Omit, Skumring, Vagrant God). The accompanying artwork gives you the second episode of the ダッブスカッブちゃん manga, chronicling the adventures of the Dævvskævv mascot character and protagonist.

Dævvskævv is Cecilie Langlie and Tom Simonsen.

All tracks composed and arranged by Tom Simonsen.

Cecilie Langlie: Vocals.
Tom Simonsen: Vocals, guitars, bass, synths, percussion and programming.
Mira Ursic: Tons of violin overdubs.
Rosamund Brown: Tons of cello overdubs.
SQV Wind Ensemble: Wind instruments.
Pär Küsjoun: Drums.

Cover artwork by Stian Jartung.
Dævvskævv logos by Tom Simonsen.
ダッブスカッブちゃん manga by Yasuyo Fujimoto.

Recorded, mixed and mastered by Tom Simonsen at the Secret Quarters studios.
Released by Secret Quarters Records.



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