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Mind Grafitti

by I Am a Rocketship

On Mind Grafitti, I Am a Rocketship layers dark lyricism and fuzz guitars over pop grooves, creating music for dancing the night away on an ancient sailboat manned by robots, lost at sea.
Genre: Rock: Space Rock
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1. Face Off
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2. Vertigo
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3. Intermittent
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4. Hot in Here
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5. Castaway
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6. Kick
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7. Take Your Time
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8. Regret
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9. Mind Grafitti
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10. Du Hast
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11. High Above It All
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12. Closing Credits
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
As a bassist, guitarist, and singer, Eric Weissinger had opened for bands such as The Wedding Present, James, Cracker, and Portastatic. After playing on an Anne Richmond Boston album featuring Syd Straw, Marti Jones, Don Dixon, and Terry Adams, he took a break from music until a chance meeting with L E Kippner changed everything. A college radio DJ, choir member, cellist, and singer of Swedish synth-pop duo Neobox, her musical background could hardly have been more different than Eric's. Nonetheless, their shared love of Rammstein and Bob Dylan led them to form Hitchcock Blondes in Cleveland, Ohio. They then moved to Atlanta, creating I Am a Rocketship to free themselves from the restrictions of conventional bands. In 2016 the duo released an album, Mission Control, before starting work on an ambitious follow-up, Mind Grafitti.

The album's first song, "Face off", is a tribute to Led Zeppelin's album, Physical Grafitti. While physical grafitti is tagged by the artist, mind grafitti is tagged to infect our minds via lies and misdirection sprayed across glowing screens. The songs on this album are about confusion and reinvention - as individuals and as a society - in the era of mind grafitti.

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