Nhoj Morley | In the War Zone

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In the War Zone

by Nhoj Morley

A Political-Sci/Fi-Comedy Adventure told with prog rock and voices from the past and present.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Chapter One: In the War Zone
4:55 $0.99
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2. Incident #1: The Vapors
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3. Chapter 2: No Safe Place
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4. Incident #2: The Fog
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5. Chapter 3: Keep Still
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6. Incident #3: The Preamble
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7. Chapter 4: Red Shift
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8. Incident #4: The Post Mortem
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9. Incident #5: The Indictment
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10. Chapter 5: Waiting for the Castles to Fall
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11. Chapter 6: Gravity and the Plight of the Working Man
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12. Incident #6: Incarcerated
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13. Chapter 7: Here's How to Order
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14. Chapter 8: Soupline to Paradise
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15. Incident #7: Smoke
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16. Chapter 9: Babylon Be Praised
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17. Incident #8: Sonar
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18. Chapter 10: Don't Make Me Angry
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19. Incident #9: The Pall
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
These are slightly updated tunes from the Reagan Era that addressed the social and political issues of that time. Thirty years later, well… here we go again. Songs and incidental music are filled with the sounds from the archives of C-SPAN. In speaking to the future, voices from the past warn us about the present. The music accompanies the story of Strumbozo and Ahklem- a rock musician and an Afghani freedom fighter who cross America heading for Washington DC to change politics forever. They arrive just in time to embark on an outer space adventure. The songs are prog-rock show-tunes delivered with the impact expected of a lad from Detroit who started in garage bands and radio-comedy at age eleven. Finally, there is hard rock and high-end silliness in one convenient package.

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