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Sitting in my Head Behind My Eyes, Pushing Buttons and Pulling Wires


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This was made with Redrum for beats and GarageBand for recording. The one little guitar riff in here I think is some of my favorite guitar work I've done.

The song title is sort of my intepretation of what/where my soul is, and who I am. I am sitting inside my head controlling my body.
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Hits: 3187
Comments: 6
Fans: 3
Plays: 93
Downloads: 133
Votes: 1
Uploaded: Jun 10, 2007 - 05:10:04 PM
Last Updated: Jun 10, 2007 - 05:10:04 PM Last Played: Apr 15, 2019 - 01:27:17 AM
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Hardware:
Fender Strat, MicroKorg, Ibanez Acoustic
Software:
GB, Reason
Comments
michael2 said 4488 days ago (June 10th, 2007)
nice
i like the way the acoustic comes in from all of the electronics, and when the keyboard and acoustic take over towards the end it's perfect. really cool piece of music
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echoroom said 4487 days ago (June 11th, 2007)
jerky
Really good feel to this - like the organ and the jittery little drums, and the swirling atmosphere you give this ... then the guitar comes in and it sounds sublime.

Great stuff - would really suit a vocal on this.

steve
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five_extra_arms said 4485 days ago (June 13th, 2007)
Are Friends Electric?
This brings out the robot in me! Charming and sad synths. The guiar works great with it. I would love to hear vocals too.

Downloaded for future robot moments.
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Bob6stringer said 4175 days ago (April 18th, 2008)
Glued to this.
I can't let this tune go without complimenting its evolving, heady dynamic. In an ADD world, it's hard to get people (ME!) to sit still and let it bloom. Hence fewer comments than you deserve here. Now I'm just glued to it near the end, just like I was when I first saw the movie Eraserhead and was mesmerized by the sound of steam! Nicely done.
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thiscausticautumn said 3978 days ago (November 1st, 2008)
This is awesome.
Very well produced.
I liked this a lot. The voices you chose interact and compliment each other so well.
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kickliquid said 3975 days ago (November 4th, 2008)
an ocean
dude....this gave me goosebumps.. and you are only 19? Im Impressed, at 19 I was playing grindcore and spock rock, getting my face smashed in the moshpit.

Your musical talents have definitely matured faster than I could have ever have possibly dreamed of at that age. Plus your Username is Paranoid Android. Kudos there already. I'm adding you as a person to watch and I hope this boost your ego and you go out and pursue your musical talents. Cheers
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Paranoid Android said 3974 days ago (November 5th, 2008)
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Thank you. i'm glad you like this song. I actually recorded when I was 17. I will keep posting songs and I'll listen to yours.
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Name: Joe G.
Location: Carrollton Texas USA
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Hey MacJams. I am Joe Gardner. I have been uploading to this site for about 7 years now, with the occasional few year break. In high school (class of '06) I played in a psychedelic heavy garage rock band called The Pyramid Scheme. During this time ... [see more]

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