Dissonati | Reductio Ad Absurdum

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Reductio Ad Absurdum

by Dissonati

The debut album from dissonati channels the original 70s Prog sound with a touch of pop, electronica and improv, and virtuoso performances through complex instrumental passages.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Can You Hear Me?
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10:10 $0.75
2. Middle Man
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6:43 $0.75
3. Age of Foeces
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4:09 $0.75
4. Mindwarp
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4:31 $0.75
5. Senescence
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7:02 $0.75
6. Driver
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5:26 $0.75
7. The Sleeper
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13:39 $0.75
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Album Notes
As we begin recording our second album, we have reduced the price of our our first album. Enjoy!

Can You Hear Me? (Rutherford) 10:11
Middle Man (Rutherford) 6:41
Age of Foeces (Hagelbarger) 4:09
MindWarp (Rutherford) 4:31
Senescence (Rutherford) 6:59
Driver (Rutherford) 5:25
The Sleeper (Rutherford) 13:39

dissonati is
John Hagelbarger: keyboards, saxes and woodwinds, lead vocal on "Age of Foeces"
John Reagan: drums
Ron Rutherford: guitars, guitar synth, bass, lead and background vocals, occasional keys, everything on "MindWarp"

Produced by dissonati

Recorded at
Dissonati Studio, Mountlake Terrace, WA
studiOblique, Shoreline, WA
Mirror Sound Studio, Shoreline, WA
The Hive Recording Studio, SeaTac, WA

Mixed by Christian Heilman
Mastered by Steve Turnidge
Cover Art by Brin Levinson
CD design by Carl Bennett

Songs 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 © and published by Ron Rutherford 2012
Song 3 © and published by John Hagelbarger 2012


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