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Without an Outline

by Michelle Lynn & the Bad Passengers

An electric album exploring energies, thoughts, and the body.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Nowhereness
0:50 $0.90
2. Arrive (But Never Stay)
2:30 $0.90
3. Tracks
2:52 $0.90
4. Automatic Thoughts
3:24 $0.80
5. Up and Out
3:50 $0.80
6. Land
3:54 $0.90
7. The Outer Ring
1:10 $0.90
8. Fleeting Formations
4:43 $0.90
9. Vultures
3:38 $0.90
10. Step Lightly
3:49 $0.80
11. Centers and Limits
4:20 $0.90
12. Homeostasis
3:11 $0.80
13. Down and in
2:58 $0.90
14. Reality Spell
3:23 $0.90
15. Go-Betweens
4:38 $0.90
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Album Notes
Special Thanks:

Matt Olson - He wrote and performed his best drum parts to date on this album. It has been 4 years since he casually added drum parts to songs like "Old Soul Syndrome" on Hospital Radio. It's like listening to two different bands to see what it has turned into now. His mixing was stellar on this project (as always). I'm continually amazed by his love for music. He has directly and indirectly influenced Adam and I so much, and we can't thank him enough for the bands and music he has introduced us to.

Kaija Kjome - She did amazing artwork and graphic design on this project. I am pleased with the look of this album more than any other album to date. It matches the music perfectly, and I am very thankful that she devoted one of her many talents to the appearance of this album.

Adam Wiltgen - My online presence has been facilitated by the work he has done over the years. I am very thankful to have this music on the web through a variety of sites that I may not have been on or come across otherwise. He always helps think of better ways to bring this music to people and I am very appreciative.

Adam Ptacek - He also wrote and performed his best bass and harmony parts on this album. I can't thank him enough for his complete understanding and support. I have so much respect for his insight and take on life. He has influenced me in countless ways and helped in more ways than I can describe.

I also want to thank the many people who thoroughly supported the last album, Sundial Tree. Your monetary support is what made this album possible.

Hopefully, some of the recent radio interviews--and the many other interviews in the upcoming weeks--will address topics on the album in a better way than I could write about here. They can be found at www.michellelynnmusic.com. I'm so grateful to have had this music and these people come into my life. I hope this love for music leads to more beautiful music being brought into the world



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