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Mother Dear

by Staying For the Weekend

This is the debut EP from the Nashville based alternative rock band, Staying For The Weekend. Although they are still very young (16-19) this EP truly displays the maturity of their songwriting skills.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Anatomy of A Trainwreck
3:50 $0.99
2. Explosions In the Sky
5:00 $0.99
3. Sea Song
4:15 $0.99
4. Another Day
3:12 $0.99
5. Mother Dear
4:25 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
One day, as Kurt Krafft, Wade Luplow, and Mac Gibbons were walking down a desolate trail in the forest, they came across a magic leprechaun who proceeded to slay Kurt in order to allow Wade and Mac to continue on their way. Wade and Mac were undisturbed by the violent sacrifice of their very dear friend, Kurt. As Wade and Mac traveled through this wild, wooded trail, they came across a few candidates who fought valiantly for the honor of being Wade and Mac’s friend, but Wade and Mac simply scoffed at their noble efforts and deserted them in the dark forest. After a few days of marching through the ominous forest, Wade and Mac stumbled upon a dancing unicorn. The dancing unicorn transformed into Alexandra Pitzer. Wade and Mac were impressed by Alexandra’s powers of transformation, so they let her join their gang of misfits.
As the three wandered through the dark and desolate forest, they came across a volcano which continually spewed MOLTEN GOLD. Whilst Wade, Mac, and Alexandra were staring, transfixed by the mystical volcano, Kurt Krafft suddenly emerged from the magical molten gold on a surfboard made of barely used school textbooks. Although Wade, Mac, and Alexandra were initially disgusted by the fact that Kurt could have earned 80% of the textbooks’ cost if he had only returned them at the end of the school year, they were so impressed by his ability to come back from the dead, surf on molten gold, and make a surfboard out of textbooks, that they let him join their gang. Wade, Mac, Alexandra, and Kurt proceeded to venture through the shadowy woods, but they had to violently destroy Kurt’s surfboard to lighten their load. After many months in mourning, Kurt finally saw the reason behind this decision, and regained his cheery disposition.
As the foursome reached the last stretch of their journey through the woods, they ventured upon a massive elf slave labor camp. In the distance, perched high on a throne made of diamonds, they saw Santa Claus, himself, apparently the foreman of this tasteless disgrace. As Wade, Mac, Alexandra, and Kurt discussed the horrors of this terrible exploitation, a shadowy figure dressed only in a strategically placed loincloth swung from the trees, assassinated Santa, and freed the elves. Amidst the wild festivities of the newly freed elves, Wade, Mac, Alexandra, and Kurt kidnapped Carson Mays, the loincloth-clad hero, and made him a member of their gang. At first, Carson was reluctant, but after weeks of careful negotiations, he agreed to join their posse. Finally, the five departed the dark and desolate woods, only to realize that they had nothing to do with their time now that their journey was over. Thus, they relocated to Nashville, Tennessee to form a hot new Indie/Alternative rock band, Staying For The Weekend.



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