Cosmic Owl | Plague

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Plague

by Cosmic Owl

Upbeat psychedelic acoustic song portraying a disdain for humanity.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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Album Notes
The breathing, breeding parasites are spreading
All across the skin of the world
Eating, excreting is all they do without a reason
Watch them start to lose self-control

There was a time when things were as new
That was a time before me and you

The breeding, bleeding parasites are spreading
All across the skin of the world
Sleeping, secreting is all they do without a reason
At least not one that they are sure of

There was a time when things were as new
That was a time before me and you

Plague is a song about a few of the negative aspects of the human race. It was the last song recorded for the album Surreality. I thought that Surreality needed a song with some oomph in it to liven things up a bit. I recorded the two acoustic tracks and vocal tracks through mics on my Tascam PocketStudio. Then I recorded the drums and synth part on my Korg M50 Workstation. It was a task trying to play the acoustic backing track at the same time as the drum track on the Korg. After the drums were recorded, I had a bit of a challenge doing the synth part. If I pressed play on the PocketStudio and record on the Korg, the Korg would start recording before the Tascam started playing. So, I had to press play on the Studio .9 of a second before I pressed record on the Workstation. Lyrically, this song was enjoyable to write because of the flow of the words.



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