Ryan D White | This Is How We Lose Our Minds

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This Is How We Lose Our Minds

by Ryan D White

Ryan D White's debut album is the beautiful and inspiring story of Ryan's search for meaning after a personal tragedy. Through honest songwriting and larger than life production, he takes the listener on an emotional journey to distant worlds and back.
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1. Rocketship
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2. We Have a Problem
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3. Dandelion Wish
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4. Parallax
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5. Black Holes and Supernovas
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6. Mysterious Ways
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7. Don't Give Up
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8. A Song for Sara
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9. Comet in a Sea of Stars
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10. Every Day
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11. Infinity
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12. Electromagnetic
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13. Sylvia
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This Is How We Lose Our Minds was my diary and emotional outlet for the period of my life between the birth of my two children – Striker White who was born on June 23rd, 2010 and passed away the same day and Sylvia White who was born January 28th 2013 and is happily dozing next to me as I write this.

The album ultimately turned out to be about my struggle (and, spoiler alert, ultimate success) to reinvent my world view after the tragic and unexpected loss of my son to one that could accept such tragedy and still leave my heart open for all of the great beauty and joy that this world has to offer.

The album is exactly 45:00 and that is no accident – forty five minutes is the length of time that my son spent on this planet. I learned a lot during those forty five minutes and it’s my hope that listeners willing to open their hearts and take the journey will find some wisdom or comfort in this story that started out about death and loss and has ended up being a story about unstoppable love that transcends worlds through the power of music.

If you like it, love it, hate it, or have learned something from it, feel free to reach out and share your thoughts – Ryan@RyanDWhite.com.

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