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Return Of The Multiple Cat

Return Of The Multiple Cat

Artist: Multiple Cat

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Return Of The Multiple Cat
Return Of The Multiple Cat

Artist: Multiple Cat
MP3
1. His Master's Voice
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2. The Hill Part 1
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3. The Other World
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4. The Flood
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5. Disaster!
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6. Know Past, Know Future
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7. Vampire Bats / Mall Rats
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8. The River
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Stickfigure Distribution
Rel. Date: 07/30/2013
UPC: 789577709621

More Info:

The twin tricksters of time and space have conspired to manifest a new record: The Return Of The Multiple Cat . Recorded at Futureappletree Studio Too over the span of three years and in between Daytrotter sessions and album projects, this LP marks the return of the Multiple Cat as a musical entity through synth and reverb tinged soundtracks based on themes of death, existence, peril and quest. Eight songs: some short, some dark, some quiet or loud, and one a mini epic about a very near death incident span 40 minutes of cerebral beat-driven pop.

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