Paul Weber | Probe

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Probe

by Paul Weber

n discarded unhindered. Therefore, it is not surprising that, when Argentine poet and occasional contributor to Entertainment Weekly Franco Schweitzer was killed in an automobile accident in the summer of 1998, many sensed another unremarkable era
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. More Than It's Not
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2. Beautiful People
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3. Rhino Man
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4. Breathing
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5. Life in Cars
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6. My New Town
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7. The Empress
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8. Be Sincere
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9. We Could Go Out Tonight
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10. Lovetown
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11. 241
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Some artists are beautifully spontaneous, raw, un-rehearsed and rough at the edges. Not Paul -- deep rooted self-consciousness and insecurity has driven Paul to take the road of careful and deliberate execution to realise his compositions. Complex harmonic structure, un-tellable stories and unbelievable characters, uniqueness of sound, colour, texture, breath, life, melodic cohesiveness, calculated dissonance, hi-fidelity, sonic trickery, distortion and space are applied, considered, reconsidered, scraped, restored, and lost until everyone including him are utterly convinced that the efforts are futile and only marginal effective. Ultimately, fatigue and capitulation lead to the final issuance of the work to a consuming public.

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