A Fault

by adoptahighway

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    12" LP of "A Fault" pressed on a limited number of 150-gram lavender vinyl

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Qualmness 03:39
and the rope frays there is a fading light but from a certain angle it comes out alright it's happened a thousand times but this one in particular is mine and the rope frays and the rope frays there is a fading light but from a certain angle it comes out alright although it's happened a thousand times this one in particular is mine
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Desperation 03:24
can you not see that it's more than that? can you not see? can you not see that it's more than that? can you not see can you not see that it's more than that can you not see
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A Fault 03:34
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Despair 04:15
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Defiance 04:45
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split open your ribcage and tune up all the bones to the tones that we want to call our own split open your ribcage and tune up all the bones to the tones that we want to call our own split open your ribcage and tune up all the bones to the tones that we want to call our own split open your ribcage and tune up all the bones to the tones that we want to call our own split open your ribcage and tune up all the bones to the tones that we want to call our own split open your ribcage and tune up all the bones to the tones that we want to call our own

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released February 11, 2015

all tracks written, recorded and performed by Barry Paul Clark
mastered by Josh Koterba at Ursa Major Sound
artwork designed by Kyle Dingman
special thanks to Jenny Asarnow for use of her voice from her piece "Julie The Amtrak God" on track 01
forever indebted to my family, friends and supporters of this and all endeavors as adoptahighway. thank you.

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adoptahighway Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Classically trained experimental electronic musician Barry Paul Clark (bassist in Field Report, Tontine Ensemble, Lady Cannon, Argopelter)

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