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When the Angels Fell

by Loonurgoose

LooNurGooSe once again shocks the world with their latest release “When The Angels Fell.” This six song collection will take listeners on a quest to uncover the mysteries of our forgotten past. By exploring concepts such as Angels & Demons and Heaven & Hell, “When The Angels Fell” examines the origins of modern religion. It does this by covering topics ranging from eternal damnation to the Ancient Astronaut Theory!
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Deleted Without a Trace
3:53 FREE
2. War for the Throne...Deaf Ear to Your Faith
3:42 FREE
3. The Wages of Sin
3:40 FREE
4. The Devil's Breath
3:58 FREE
5. The Return of the Sky Gods
3:00 FREE
6. Jump in the Fire (Come Home Where You Belong)
3:34 FREE
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
All Music - Recorded, Engineered, Mastered, and Fully Produced
At The Oregon State Penitentiary by: Chad Hamlin & Erik Libbert
Genre: Alternative Electronic Rock

All Rights Reserved by: Chad Hamlin

All Music Published and Released by: Fur Roach Music
Cover Art Drawn by: Sang Nguyen
Cover Art Graphic Design by: Chad Hamlin & Erik Libbert

1. Deleted Without A Trace (3:52)
(Lyrics & Vocals By: Chad Hamlin)
(Music By: Chad Hamlin & Erik Libbert)
(Additional Harmony Vocals By: Aaron Kraft)

2. War For The Throne… Deaf Ear To Your Faith (3:41)
(Lyrics By: Chad Hamlin) (Vocals By: Aaron Kraft & Chad Hamlin)
(Music By: Chad Hamlin)
(Additional Guitar Work By: Erik Libbert)

3. The Wages of Sin (3:40)
(Lyrics & Vocals By: Erik Libbert)
(Music By: Chad Hamlin & Erik Libbert)

4. The Devil’s Breath (3:57)
(Lyrics & Vocals By: Chad Hamlin)
(Music By: Chad Hamlin & Erik Libbert)

5. The Return of The Sky Gods (3:00)
(Lyrics & Vocals By: Erik Libbert)
(Music By: Chad Hamlin & Erik Libbert)

6. Jump In The Fire (Come Home Where You Belong) (3:33)
(Lyrics Re-Purposed By: Erik Libbert) (Vocals By: Erik Libbert)
(Music Performed & Produced By: Erik Libbert & Chad Hamlin)
(Inspired By Metallica’s Jump In The Fire)

Deleted Without A Trace -
Society today has become so polarized on most issues that if you lined up people’s opposing viewpoints, they might resemble the 1’s & 0’s that make up binary code.
What if the Universe was like a complex computer program, created by an unknown intelligence, and our species an insignificant line of code that has become corrupted?
When the programmers discover the source of their system error, how long will it be before we are deleted without a trace?

War For The Throne… Deaf Ear To Your Faith -
Inspired by the 1998 film, “The Prophecy,” this song tells the story of the rift created between God’s Angels when He first created Man in His own image, then gifted His new creation with a soul.
While some Angels remained loyal to God, trusting in His love for them, others became jealous of Mankind and the gift that God had bestowed upon them.
Unable to settle these differences peacefully, the battle between the Angels turned violent, and what ensued was a war in Heaven, a war for the throne.

The Wages of Sin -
Though few would admit it, even to themselves, most people place more importance on their own personal gain than the well-being of others. It is this self-centeredness and greed that has led to the moral degeneration of today’s society.
“The Wages of Sin” provides a dire warning about the consequences of living a life of sin and offers a grim glimpse into the potential future of eternal suffering that might await those who don’t change their wicked ways and repent their sins.

The Devil’s Breath -
The Devil’s breath blows like a foul wind, corrupting all it comes in contact with. Sadly, not even the purity of love is immune to its powers of perversion.
What follows is one such account: a tale of tainted love.
What begins as an ordinary romantic attraction quickly degenerates into something dark and horrible as the Devil’s Breath begins to flow. The more prolonged the exposure, the more complete the metamorphosis until nothing remains of love, and all that’s left is an insatiable, demented obsession.

The Return of The Sky Gods -
Virtually every religion practiced today is steeped in oral legends which tell the story of creator Gods who came down from the Heavens.
They were said to have assisted Humans and pass along knowledge, but what if these “Gods” were nothing more than advanced, biological, extra-terrestrial creatures?
If these beings were responsible for our creation, doesn’t it stand to reason that they are still watching us, monitoring our evolution and technological advancement?
What will they do when they see how dangerous we’ve become? Will our species survive the return of the sky Gods?

Jump In The Fire (Come Home Where You Belong) -
In keeping with our track six tradition of doing a cover version of a song that inspires us, we at LooNurGooSe once again bring you our rendition of one of our favorites.
This interesting twist on a early Metallica classic provides a unique insight into the mind and motivations of one of Hell’s finest recruiters. Told in the first person perspective, this song tells the tale of an ancient demon tasked with collecting the souls of men and ensuring that the population of Hell remains at full capacity.
With its updated lyrics and complete musical overhaul, few will recognize this song for what it is: an original rendition of one of the most pioneering thrash-metal anthems of all time.
We chose this song as a throw-back to our roots and to pay homage to our fallen idols.

So, here it is, submitted for your approval: “When The Angels Fell”
Once again, thanks to all the LooNies out there, helping to support this and all of our other twisted LooNurGooSe experiments. And, for all of you new listeners out there, we invite you to indulge in our own special brand of musical madness by acquainting yourself with our complete collection of previous releases. Enjoy!

Chad Hamlin
Erik Libbert



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