Wool See | Lifealert

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Lifealert

by Wool See

Experimental Hip Hop music, inspired by life and death under the gray skies of the Pacific Northwest.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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1. Alert
3:04 album only
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2. Manufracture
3:33 album only
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3. Somber Zombie
4:26 album only
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4. Over Turnt
3:16 album only
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5. Buddy Insole
3:46 album only
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6. Volatile
2:56 album only
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7. Cream Kills
3:29 album only
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8. Departures
3:34 album only
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9. Resistance to Rise
4:35 album only
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10. Trying to Hold On
3:24 album only
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11. Medium Security
4:23 album only
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12. Zoom Out
3:42 album only
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13. Autumn
3:55 album only
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14. Blood Moonlighting
4:18 album only
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15. One2change
4:28 album only
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16. Baller Down
3:26 album only
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17. Different Worlds
4:43 album only
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18. Hide & Seek Power
2:33 album only
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19. Maybe
5:00 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
LifeAlert is the 4th release in under a year from Wool See - a "one-man band" consisting of the prolific Northwest emcee/producer IAME. Like the previous 3 releases, LifeAlert was seasonally inspired and is the final addition to the #WoolSeasons set. Though it was released towards the end of the season, LifeAlert corresponds with Fall and much of the album's subject matter revolves around things coming to an end. While this can be dark at times, LIfeAlert uses death as a reminder that life should be loved and that love can be lived. Stretching 73 minutes with no features, some will undoubtedly view this album as a foolishly over-crammed endeavor but at Heaven Noise Recordings, doing too much is the norm. LifeAlert is the sound of a crowded headspace trying to make it's way out and a socially-awkward introvert trying to come to terms with an increasingly volatile world.

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