Color Theory | Outside the Lines, Vol. 1

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Outside the Lines, Vol. 1

by Color Theory

A collection of rarities from 1993-2003.
Genre: Pop: Synth Pop
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1. Survivor's Guilt
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2. Emotion Generator
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3. Gabriel's Message
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4. For Sale
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5. Johanna
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6. Amethyst
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7. Echo of a Star
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8. Misguided
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9. My Gift to You (Acoustic)
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10. Faces (Acoustic)
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11. Guilt Reflected (Early Version
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12. Stare Out the Window (Early Version
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13. Softer Than Sleep (Early Version)
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14. Once Upon a Time (Demo)
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15. Shadow in the Shade (Demo)
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16. Severed Nerves (Demo)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Outside the Lines, Vol. 1 is a collection of rarities from 1993-2003. It includes one-offs recorded for compilation CDs, collaborations, and early versions of album tracks. There’s a heavy emphasis on piano/vocal arrangements, going all the way back to the first Color Theory 4-track demos. Warning – for serious fans only!


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