Atomic Headworks | Plug Into the Sun

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Plug Into the Sun

by Atomic Headworks

Plug Into underground sound
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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1. You Say
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2. Plug Into the Sun
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3. Still Work to Be Done
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4. Summer Days
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5. Somewhere That Road
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6. Take My Hand
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Album Notes
'Plug Into the Sun': (title track) - John Lennon's 'The War is Over' campaign, with B52 jet engines as bass.
'You Say: (opening track) - Daydreamer
'Still Work to Be Done': (track 3) - Dr. Martin Luther King, the 1969 moonwalk, the 1989 fall of the Berlin Wall. Inspired by the words of a young boy interviewed as he participated in a civil rights march shortly following the assination of Dr. King.
'Summer Days': (track 4) - from the poem 'Dee Dee' by Jack Kiernan.
'Somewhere That Road': (track 5)
'Take My Hand': (track 6) - for J.
Mark Sauter - words & music, vocals, acoustic guitar
Jonathan Martin Berry - electric & accoustic guitars, keyboards,
vocals, mandolin, bass, percussion, additional words & music
produced and arranged by Jonathan Martin Berry
Sub Dio Studios, Pasadenda, CA
mastered by Hans DeKline
copyright M. Sauter 2012



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