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The Flywheel Chronicles, Vol. One: Dangerous Days

by Timber Maniacs

The explosive debut album from genre-defying band Timber Maniacs. This concept album is Act I of a story exploring the lengths people will go to for the ones they love.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Prologue: Dangerous Days
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2. Haymakers & Barnburners
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3. Goodnight, Maer
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4. The Watchful
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5. Derelict
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6. When We Rise
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7. All the Dead
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8. Bed of Roses
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9. Sweet Dreams, Jeanine
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10. Anima in Machina (The Girl Behind These Eyes)
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11. Monster
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12. Wasted Lives
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13. Kingdom Come
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14. Epilogue: The Long Light
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Timber Maniacs began as a project between brothers Cameron and Patrick Mathenia based upon a story by Patrick Mathenia. This quickly grew into a musical project incorporating their many musical influences, and thus bending the lines and melding elements of many genres together into their own distinctive style.

Their debut album The Flywheel Chronicles, Volume One: Dangerous Days follows Act I of the story. A story which delves into the darkest motivations of human action and how, quite often, both the heroic and the villainous all come down to love.

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