Wiggly of Trap Door | C-Rex (Save Me From What I've Become)

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C-Rex (Save Me From What I've Become)

by Wiggly of Trap Door

A non-metaphysical spiritually moving song.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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Wiggly of Trap Door has been releasing music since 1983 and is considered by many as one of the honestly original talents of our age that nobody knows about. His originality has been an unfortunate downfall for his success in the music industry usually do to the fact that the genres his current music explores don't become popular for several years after he's moved on to another genre.

C-Rex is the first release in a new direction for the artist that he can truly be objectionable about since he's never done anything like it and hopes it may be the one piece of work that the mass audience can identify with. Popularity is never the motivating factor in any of his creations but, it may finally allow the artist more freedom to concentrate on creating more music.

The track features an original musical compilation by Wiggly created in his home studio located in Mighty Trap Door mansion with a completely new approach to vocals by the artist and the angelic vocal bridge by Trap Door Charmed.

The passion of the lyrics is properly expressed by the voices expressing them and a true sense of urgency and a paradox of both power and helplessness will hopefully be felt by the listener.



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