Mark Boone | The Pop Narcotic

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The Pop Narcotic

by Mark Boone

A new wave odyssey about communication breakdown in the communication era that draws on many styles to tell a story.
Genre: Rock: College Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Does God Have An Atom?
0:42 album only
2. Moonstar Waterbaby
4:07 album only
3. The Sky Is Breaking Up Jim
3:08 album only
4. Novelty Song
5:45 album only
5. Cruel
5:10 album only
6. Satellite
5:02 album only
7. If I Gun You Down Tonight
5:48 album only
8. Inanimate Objects
4:08 album only
9. The Devil's Got a Thing for Me
3:30 album only
10. Baby Take
3:23 album only
11. I Think I Thought
3:57 album only
12. Pollen a Thorn
3:29 album only
13. Requiem
5:03 album only
14. Novelty Dub (The Pop Narcotic)
5:07 album only


Album Notes
The album "The Pop Narcotic" is unique. It was recorded on an analog eight track in my bedroom while attending college. It was my first time attempting to perform all the instruments and vocals on an album. Brave for me since I was self taught and knew nothing (or so I thought). I had next to no equipment. One acoustic guitar, one electric guitar, one bass, one keyboard, one microphone. I didn't have a stand for the microphone so I literally was holding my guitar up to a mic on a desk. I didn't have the enough tracks to do many vocal takes, so I only had one chance to sing the vocals. I had no monitors only headphones. The fact that these songs even exist defies the odds. These songs went on to win awards and gain airplay internationally. We did get the artistic support of Thomas Dolby and author Ken Follet. I hope you enjoy some of this. It was a huge undertaking and challenge for me. Mark Boone



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