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Remora: Scars Bring Hope (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: 15159

Format: CD
Condition: New
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.


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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descriptions, reviews, &c.

"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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