Matthew Squires and the Learning Disorders | How to Combust Your Life

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How to Combust Your Life

by Matthew Squires and the Learning Disorders

This is an album about being a human being.
Genre: Pop: Pop Underground
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1. (Not Quite) Cannon in D
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2. Deer Song
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3. Dry River
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4. Choosers Are Beggars
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5. An Ode to Every Cell in Your Body
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6. This Is What My Heart Sounds Like
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7. An Appeal to a Friend
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8. The Arcade
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9. Everything Must Go
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10. Meaningless Hatred
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11. Your Mind Is Fine
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12. Tiny Soldiers
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13. Rivers of Salt
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14. The Heretical Physics
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Album Notes
This album is done. It's a big deal for me that it is. Not because I'm really hoping I'll get famous off of it or anything like that, but because its a thing that I can point to that I really put care and sincere effort into. Some of these songs go back at least two years, having been tweaked and simmering over time. A couple years ago I fell apart completely at the same time that my family fell apart completely. Then that whole thing sorta morphed into me getting honest with myself and putting myself together while my family got honest with itself and saw that it was unable to put itself together. I watched my mother get totally consumed by addiction and madness and I got consumed by addiction and went a little crazy myself. Now she is not so crazy but having a lot of things in her life to live with, which I think most people in their more candid moments would agree can be very difficult sometimes. Or at least I agree with that. She's got this wonderfully chubby dog that loves her tremendously, though, so that is a good thing, I think.


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