Deviant | Clonography 1985-1995 Vol.1

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Clonography 1985-1995 Vol.1

by Deviant

Twisted nerdy noise punk with some ambient respites.
Genre: Rock: Noise
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1. Slaughtering Fran's Cat
2:03 $0.59
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2. Protocol
2:24 $0.59
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3. Our Friend Neal
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4. Nothing Changes
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5. Situation
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6. World of One
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7. Break Glass
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8. Ommissionary Position
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9. I Remember (coda)
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10. Shaddup
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11. Futura Bold
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12. SDI (intro)
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13. Splitting Image
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14. No Soul
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15. Hemlock
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16. Appathymn
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17. If God Is Dead
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18. Blood & Steel
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19. Fake
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20. Human Feces
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21. Fear
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22. Your Cup
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23. C'mon Baby Tonight
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24. One True Friend
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Album Notes
From punkhistorycanada.ca :

Prolific recording side-project from Deviant (Mary, Six Inches, Vertical Laughter) including a revolving ensemble of people. Only played out about once a year, but they were pretty weird/memorable shows. Cassette-only releases back in the day. "Best of" CDs eventually surfaced. Officially folded in 1995 after Deviant moved away from Vancouver.

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