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May 18, 2010

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LJP

Sounds better than I expected.

Mary Wing

I agree with LJP; it's surprisingly pleasant to listen to. Can we hear some of the other tracks?

Tim

I really dig both of these tracks, I would actually like to hear the whole record.... I will play All About The Money on my radio show next week, http://praradio.org DJ Tanuki :D

tom

If We Work It Out is incredible. Would love to hear the rest of this!

chaircrusher

I don't claim to be a genius about such things, but in "It's All About Money," is every instrument being played in a different key? On "If We Work It Out" the theme continues. The bass is about 1/8 tone flat throughout, and on the verse the guitar is in a completely different tonal universe.

Not that it's a bad thing, mind you.

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