Atlas and the Astronaut | Atlas and the Astronaut EP (2012)

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Atlas and the Astronaut EP (2012)

by Atlas and the Astronaut

Atlas and the Astronaut's first self-produced, self-titled EP.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Stone Burner
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2. Zakynthos
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3. Uncle Elephant
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4. Pleasures
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5. Marrow, the Anchor
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6. Fatigue for the Quail
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7. Language of Leaves
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8. The Flight, Part 1
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Artistically-inspired selfishness—being lost in one's self, inspiration, love, evolution, vulnerability, and the idea that we can't tread water; we must move forward. And by doing so, leave those we love behind. Exodus.


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Ron Smith

All Hail the Boys from Vancouver
It is so refreshing to finally get some TRULY original local music in the Porland/Vancouver scene. When listening to their music, it is obvious that they have been influenced by a wide variety of musical styles, and this lends a depth and complexity to the music that I find lacking in many bands today. Highly recommended.