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When You Were Living Here

by Slug Comparison

Slug Comparison is the solo project of Fen vocalist/guitarist Doug Harrison. Known for blending darkness and light, acoustic and electric.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Exactly What to Do
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2. Hyperslump
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3. Let Some Light
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4. Fine with It
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5. Thoughts
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6. When You Were Living Here
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7. Becoming
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8. So Ya Got a Great Guitar
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9. Hold of You
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10. Beings Far Away
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11. Purple Monkey
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12. One More Step
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Slug Comparison is the solo project of Fen vocalist/guitarist Doug Harrison. Known for blending darkness and light, acoustic and electric, Harrison first deepened his exploration of these elements with a solo album that felt like a Part II to Fen’s acclaimed album Trails Out Of Gloom.
After that first album Doug started recording and releasing EP’s. After IIa, b, c and d, Rock Company got in touch and convinced him to bundle these EP’s, add a few extra tracks and release them as the successor to his solo debut.
So here is When You Where Living Here! The songs “when you were living here” and “beings far away” are dedicated to the memory of Eric Rose—roommate, friend, and creative accomplice. A piece of art by Eric can also be seen hanging on the wall on the front cover.

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