Limited-edition 90-minute cassette collection of Thunderegg's very finest four-track tunes, spanning the entire Egg era from 1995 to the present. The tape, of course, comes with a complete digital download of the album. Just seven bucks for a limited-edition indie double album that's a cool physical artifact, plus a deluxe insert that's both visually amusing AND informative? That's real value!
Includes unlimited streaming of He's Actually Pretty Cool Once You Get to Know Him (2013)
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Recorded at 136 Westminster Road, Brooklyn, January 2008. Originally released on Platinum (2009).
Everything that happened was a blur, but she definitely ran from the parking lot with a friend of hers. She left behind some matches and some nasty schnapps masking as classy pomegranate liqueur, and the ashes of some letters in an old can of cheddar cheese crackers she'd thrown to the birds.
And you remember addressing each and every envelope, sentimentally expressing what you believed were the most pressing confessions, and waiting for her to post back her affections, but you'll just have to interpret the smoke that might read like the words she never wrote, drifting up to the sky by the Sears, drifting higher and higher till it disappears.
You better watch out; there are so many noises out there. Sirens and pistols and evacuation whistles crying since the end of the affair. It didn't have to happen the way an assassin will relieve the room of its air. It could have unraveled gradual and left you believing that what you once had was still there.
And in the darkening parking lot, slowly the local kids show with their Goats and Darts and bottles of ammonia and throttles and racing hearts, and nobody notices you stand there and watch them run under and over the smoke, all that speed but they never really go. Doubling back when they get to the end, doubling back so they might try again.