R. J. Hurns | Crabby Road

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Crabby Road

by R. J. Hurns

Rock 'n Roll Cinema - Little Movies for the Ears
Genre: Avant Garde: Electronic Avant-Garde
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1. Down the Crabby Road/subway/metropolis
7:38 album only
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2. War
2:30 album only
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3. More War
2:49 album only
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4. Sonic Magazine
2:23 album only
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5. The Office
3:02 album only
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6. Wild Boar
3:32 album only
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7. The Time Traveler
4:47 album only
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8. Emergency Western Terrain
4:45 album only
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9. Winter
3:30 album only
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10. Sunset On the Crabby Road
1:49 album only
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11. Sleep
2:01 album only
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12. The Big Sleep
3:12 album only
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13. Extro
0:33 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Keyboard and guitar are the core instrumentation providing the cinematic wash for Crabby Road, R.J. Hurns first record, culled from over a decade of material. It’s a soundscape where Bernard Herrmann and The Ventures play together, colliding to create little movies for your ears. WZRD RADIO 88.3 said about Crabby Road “Sly, wiggly, syncopated industrial pop performed on brightly toned digital synths and electric guitar by Chicagoan Robert J. Hurns...aside from a few nonsequitur vocal samples, Crabby Road is entirely instrumental, and indeed many of the thirteen vampy, offbeat pieces on the album have the feel of film soundtrack work...perhaps a collaboration with Tim Burton can be arranged...”

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