Mark Miller | Disassembly Required

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Disassembly Required

by Mark Miller

Progressive Rock incorporating some sitar with keyboards & synthesizers with influences that include the Beatles, Pink Floyd, Kings X, Yes, Genesis & Todd Rundgren/Utopia, Alan Parsons Project - Mastered by Ty Tabor at Alien Beans
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Now or Never
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2. Cerulean
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3. Beyond Time
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4. The High Desert
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5. She
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6. Kisa Gotami
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7. Disassembly Required
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7:25 $0.99
8. Mythria
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7:49 $0.99
9. Jerusalem
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10. Welcome to the Machine
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Tracks 1 thru 7 were inspired by the book "The End of Time / The Next Revolution in Physics" by Julian Barbour.
The book makes the claim and offers scientific arguments that time is actually an illusion and the universe
is in a static state of "timelessness" and that every instant is a total "now".
The music and lyrics weave a rollercoaster ride of progressive rock with most of the lyrics dealing with the subject of time.
Instruments include standard rock guitar, bass, drums & keyboards but also include the use of sitar with a few flourishes of cello.
Jerusalem & Mythria were released previously on "Echoes of Oblivion" but where spruced up with some additional editing & keyboards.
Disassembly Required was also mastered by Ty Tabor of Kings X, so those songs as well as the whole album carries a new sonic texture.
all instruments & vocals by mark
cellos by linda-marie miller
cajon, djembe & percussion by danny mcmahon
aux percussion by bill stoneback


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