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The Last Two

by Cinder Cone

The Last Two is Cinder Cone's 2nd full length record. Released by the LA two-piece in February of 2010, its the band's fullest sounding record to date.
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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1. The Last Two
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2. When I Woke Up
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3. Lunge & Flutter
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4. Seasonal
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5. Imploding Out
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6. The Catalyst
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7. Soothsayer
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8. To the Glutton the Gold
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9. Eighth Place
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10. Howard Hughes Hound
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11. Onoda
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12. Revisionism at Its Finest
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13. Scratch Scratch
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Cinder Cone released The Last Two on Tuesday, February 16th, 2010. On this second full length release, the band solidifies the sound they have developed for the last several years. Engineer Christian La Rocca recorded the vast majority of the instrumentation for the album (guitar and drums) live in the band’s downtown practice space with a precision that brings the band to life right out of the speakers or headphones. The end result is the band’s fullest sounding and catchiest release yet. Lyrical subject matter includes themes of humans vs. machines, cyclical and linear time, killing TV's, god complexes, love at the end of time, soothsayers, Howard Hughes (king of recluses), and a real-life World War II Japanese soldier who refused to believe the war had ended and kept fighting for almost thirty years.

The details: David played a single kick pedal drum kit, while Anthony played guitar and throat. Christian La Rocca engineered and mixed the album before Paul Altnether mastered the final recording. Anna Tes designed the layout, and also worked on the band’s website with Nate Luzod. David, Anthony, and Don Williams took photographs for the album.


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