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Good Things

by Half Past Four

Building on rich traditions of classic progressive rock, this quintet beautifully marries the intricate complexity of neo-progressive time signatures with deep lyrical meaningfulness, adding a healthy dose of head-banging riffs and blistering solos.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. It Strikes You
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2. Good Things
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6:26 $0.99
3. All Day and All Night
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4. Rise
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6:01 $0.99
5. Landmines
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6. Cool Water
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7. Spin the Girl
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8. Fate
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9. I Am Lion
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10. Wolf
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11. Darkness Knew
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12. The Earth
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Album Notes
This album is a collection of songs that represents the depth of our years together and the maturing of our songwriting as a band. Creating it felt harmonious, like a family would feel in a kitchen preparing a meal. It only felt natural then to decide to compare it thusly when giving it a title and concept. Another element that brought that idea together was the reality that progressive rock can be a challenging and alienating music in that it creates a division between band and audience.

By showing a simple loaf of bread – which is the universal symbol for community and inclusiveness we INVITE the listener to break it with us – to join us at our table, enjoy themselves and comfortably consume our music, the creation of which was very pleasurable and intuitive – like most good cooking experiences are.

We hope that when you open our CD and take out the cookbook you will notice the recipes inside are notes and lyrics you can read along with while you listen to the music, and the place that is created in your headphones will feel like a warm fragrant kitchen that we are all hanging out in together.


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