Cabo Joe & Chop-Chop | Choose Your Delusions Part I

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Choose Your Delusions Part I

by Cabo Joe & Chop-Chop

With its sweet and tender combination of nostalgia and distortion, this collection serves as the ultimate play list for couples that are too afraid to admit that they might be related to one another.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Dark Ambient/Noise
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1. Right Next Door To Heck
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2. Dust and Bones (And Bones and A Steak Sandwich)
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3. Perfect Crime
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4. Good Obsession
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5. Back Off Young Lass
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6. Garden of Eden
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7. Do Not Foresake Me
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8. Bad Apples
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9. Pretty Tied Up
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10. So Fine, So What
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11. Estranged
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12. You Could Be Mine
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13. My World Pretend
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A melancholy rainbow wryly winks a disapproving glance of joyful satire over a city of thunderous sardonic glee. Irritated with the state of sonic dissatisfaction, this album serves as a mirror to your inner self-loathing. Focusing on the vapid diaphanous rage of a master’s philippic while continuing down the slippery path of the unenlightened. It is a terrible waste of a potential travesty of world-wide preconceptions based solely on the lie of one word: self.


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