Pg. 256 | Taken In The Late 30s

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Taken In The Late 30s

by Pg. 256

Hip Hop/Industrial with intense lyrics and a seamless blend of organic and electronic instruments. Influenced by groups such as Death Grips, NIN, Tool, and Ministry.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Industrial Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Medicine Cabinet
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3:47 album only
2. Red Reticle Gratitude
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4:02 album only
3. (Sept. 1938)
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0:58 album only
4. The Shadow
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4:21 album only
5. Shots to the Kneecap
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4:50 album only
6. (Oct. 29, 1938)
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1:53 album only
7. Stealth Bomber
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4:06 album only
8. Death's Design
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4:42 album only
9. (Nov. 5, 1939)
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2:21 album only
10. All Right
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6:55 album only
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Album Notes
"Pg. 256: Taken in the late 30s" was written and recorded by Jonathan Smoil, a CT sound engineer who earned his degree at the Art Institute of Boston, and has been programming music since 2001. Also appearing on this album are Matt Tonges (tracks 2, 5, & 10: guitar/keys/additional engineering) and Julio Sapere (tracks 5,7, &10: lead guitar).

"Taken in the late 30s" is an Industrial/Hip-hop album with intensely deep lyrics, as well as peppered in moments of progressive influence. Vocals range from rapping, to singing, to screaming, and creative use of late 1930s government radio samples provide an eerie mood as they carry the listener through each track. The detailed programming ensures that you will hear something new every time you listen to this album.


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