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Meditations

by Subtlerage

Listening to this music sure beats hanging out with cannibals.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. On The Way Out
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2. The Hunger
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3. Wanderlust
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4. Hostile
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5. Focus
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6. Now
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7. Meditations
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8. Sleep
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9. Peace
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Album Notes
Born to poverty stricken parents in the barren arctic, Andrew began playing the piano at a very young age, with formal lessons beginning at around age 3.

Music has always been a passion in Andrew's life, as his kicking in time to the car radio while still in his mother's (as opposed to his father's) womb foretold.

Not long after, and not long before the infamous chicken incident, his first synthesizer was purchased using the garnished wages of impoverished children working in various factories in 3rd and 4th world countries.

Today Andrew resides in a secret mountain hideaway, living in harmony with all of god's creatures. Except chickens.

When Andrew isn't plotting the demise of foreign governments and children's shows, he shrouds himself in great secrecy in the solitude of his modest home studio, cranking out some of the most ass kicking independent music that deaf people have never heard.

And the rest, as they say, is history.

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