culture crush

by Alarm Drum

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leaaves after playing this record for Brian Ferry, his exact words were "i am marginally insulted i wasn't invited for a guest feature on this particular record, which is called 'culture crush' by Alarm Drum." then, he got into his black Jaguar (the one from the "For Your Pleasure" album shoot), eased back into the Brixton traffic, and disappeared from view. Favorite track: dog dove.
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1.
whisper 04:04
find peace in knowing nothing fractured with your face to the sky find pride, ironic pleasure running with the cracks in the sty just to ease your mind pulled by the softest whisper something leaking out over time slow down, a landed vessel inching closer to the divine it's not too much it's just a place to find
2.
medicine 04:41
synthetic cures for public housing embryonic cries the pavement bubbling keep digging holes to fill again while still, the world is melting
3.
no tomorrow 04:05
when you ask me how i feel, i don't want to know myself in case i find i'm someone else i don't want to know if all of us were right all along i don't want to know if the sun is going to burn on LED brightens kiss on my thighs bite my fingers in you, suicide i adore you and your shatterproof glass eat me all night no tomorrow
4.
dog dove 04:04
i wonder are we moving too fast? i'm running but do i really need to? how can i remember what's passed? we're blurring the difference between me and you
5.
shadow 05:03
the night's end still no sign of changing i fight the feeling now til day breaks i move towards an ending to my delirium elastic time i never find the sharp end to cut the feeling out our past lives they always hide inside us i fight the feeling i need a chance to find the feeling that our time is over when night falls the sun kind to exit i fight the feeling now my body cannot fight, roll thunder lucidity endures beside my crimes it's hard to find the answer to subtleties in pain our past lives they always hide inside us i fight the feeling
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control 04:58

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our third ep

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released November 19, 2017

written and performed by Alarm Drum
recorded and mixed by Kenny McWilliams, Archer Avenue Studio
mastered by Dave Harris, Studio B Mastering

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