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Scars Bring Hope [Used Item]

Remora: Scars Bring Hope <i>[Used Item]</i> (Silber Media)

Silber Records label owner Brian John Mitchell's Remora persona, assisted by Brian Lee McKenzie (Electric Bird Noise) in post-apocalyptic folk songs, drones, and electronic music.

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product information:

UPC: 788581014974

Label: Silber Media
Catalog ID: silber 097
Squidco Product Code: 20269

Format: CD
Condition: VG+
Released: 2011
Country: USA
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Recorded at Purple Sound, Brian Lea McKenzie's Music Factory, Myrtle Beach 38th Ave N Beach Access, and Silber Headquarters.

This is a USED (previously owned) item


Brian John Mitchell-guitar, voice, bass, piano, organ, drums, percussion, pipe, trombone, keyboards, optical theremin, glockenspiel, drum programming

Brian Lea McKenzie-engineering, mandolin, banjo, percussion, drum programming, mixing

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track listing:

1. Awake Arise 3:04

2. Let Me Die With A Coin In My Pocket 3:25

3. Does The Music? 1:59

4. Nevada Smith 4:11

5. My Brothers Guns & Knives 3:25

6. Let's Fall In Love 3:46

7. Peanut Butter Cup 1:43

8. Protector Of Builder Of Airplanes 2:42

9. We Come From The Sea 2:48

10. Static Is Motion 4:58

11. The Future Of Man 3:26

12. Angel Falling Through Water 13:14
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Previously played Squidco store copy, used for cataloging and samples, in excellent condition.

"Remora is the main alias of Silber Records honcho Brian John Mitchell. In 15 years, the man has cover a lot of ground, and Scars Bring Hope, while featuring only new material, kind of sums up past experiences. Inside you will find post-apocalyptic folk songs, drones, and electronic music. Helped by Electric Bird NoiseÕs Brian Lee McKenzie, who dragged him out of the bedroom and into a proper recording studio, Remora delivers an album more definitive-sounding than usual, a good point of entry into his universe Ð a dark, fallen universe with very little hope left."-Francois Couture, Monsieur Delire

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