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Odin's Other Eye | Six: The Hard Way

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Six: The Hard Way

by Odin's Other Eye

Classically modern rock for a new age...
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Bury Me Alive
3:37 $0.99
2. Nine Worlds
5:16 $0.99
3. Balder's Dream
4:18 $0.99
4. Thought & Memory
5:11 $0.99
5. Let It Out
6:40 $0.99
6. Long Way to Go
5:33 $0.99
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Album Notes
Founded in 2007, Odin's Other Eye combines elements of Norse Mythos with modern day dilemmas. This is very accessible, original rock, inspired by Marc's 16% Norwegian heritage. The songs were written over a span of time (2007 through 2011) and eventually recorded in 2012, just shy of the end of the Mayan calendar.

Track 1, Bury Me Alive is a graveyard ditty, oft played near Hallow's Eve.
Track 2, Nine Worlds relates a battle betwixt ID, Ego and Supra-Ego.
Track 3, Balder's Dream is a tale of near-death experience and Christ-consciousness.
Track 4, Thought & Memory tells much of Odin's personal challenges, including his sacrifice for humankind, impaled upon a tree.
Track 5, Let It Out is based upon the hidden Gospel of Thomas: "Whatever ye keep hidden shall destroy ye; whatever ye bring forth shall surely save thee."
Track 6, Long Way To Go is a final ballad/rocker about how little we have learned and seem to unlearn every day.

About the band name:
Odin's eye is the sun...Odin's Other Eye is that auspicious orb that reflects upon the sun, also known as the moon. But Odin's Other Eye is also a symbol of sacrifice in exchange for wisdom. As the story goes, the Allfather, Odin wanted to become the wisest of all beings. In his world, there was a well of wisdom (humankind's long-term Memory), but it was guarded by the giant, Mimer (or the Rememberer). Odin beseeched Mimir for a drink...and there was a grave cost. Odin was asked to pluck out his right eye and did so very willingly.

So there ye have it - original rock from Colorado, for any curious, future generation...



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