Paul Cusick | P'dice

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P'dice

by Paul Cusick

Imagine Pink Floyd working with Coldplay and NIN, add Gavin Harrison and Marco Minnemann on drums - That is P'dice.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Everything
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2. God, Paper, Scissors
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3. Borderlines
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4. Tears
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5. You Know (Album Version)
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6. Hindsight
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7. Feel This Way
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8. When It Rains (Album Version)
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9. Waiting
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10. The Human Race
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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P'dice is the second studio album from UK solo artist Paul Cusick. P'dice, "The Personal Possession Of A Random Prejudice", consists of ten songs and is the story of one man as he explores moments of his life, his actions, his thoughts, his decisions, his feelings, his realisations and how they were shaped, often unconsciously, by prejudice. P'dice could be regarded as a modern day concept album. Although the individual tracks can exist independently, they work best when heard in the context of the full 58 minute long story. A story further developed by lyrics and imagery contained within the included 16 page booklet.

Paul plays all the instruments on this album himself, but enlisted the drumming talents of both Marco Minnemann and Gavin Harrison, arguably two of the World's greatest drummers. There is also a special guest appearance by singer Sammi Lee on the track "Waiting".

Fans describe Paul's debut album "Focal Point" as a mixture of Pink Floyd and Porcupine Tree. Although P'dice features Porcupine Tree's drummer Gavin Harrison on several tracks, Paul says: "I feel I have come along way since Focal Point. When I released my first album I did so to realise a lifetime's dream, with little expectation of what may follow. The subsequent support I received from fans has encouraged me to release more of my own music to the public. P'dice has seen me lock myself away from the world in my own studio for the best part of a year. I am really proud of what I have made this time. Focal Point was my metaphorical toe in the water, I now feel I want to swim, I just hope the water's warm".


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