Another Songs

by Ozark Soundscape

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Calling all freaks, bohemians, hipsters, geeks, nerds, goofs, modern artists, political satirists, and Carl Palmer; this is an album for you. This album is a mess. This is an album that goes places far beyond imagination and crash lands on the way back. It's weird, it's abrasive, it's silly, it's stupid. Your patience WILL be tested. All common sense tells you it's a bad record. Will you listen? Or will you rise above your animal instincts and embrace the all encompassing bullshit-fest that is Ozark Soundscape?

"I can't say that it's perfect, but Another Songs is definitely his most consistent and focused record that he's done." - Drew Smith (Bad Kids to the Front, Theo's Mystic Robot Orchestra, You're Already Dead Records, etc.)

"the force is strong in this one; you done have well, young jedi" - twseel

"This is the best album of yours to date." - Gabe Buller (superdensecrushloadfactor)

"Ozark Soundscape has an unadulterated penchant for the scenic and surreal. Channels just about as much as possible into an endearing chaos of an album. Charmingly flawed. Beguilingly amateur. Undeniably awesome" - Patrick Staples (Roses)

"It's solid. It's good. Lovely Little Day does feel like a little centerpiece to the album. Furthermore, I'd say my favourite is that 4000 Years Ago song. Particularly impressive opening chords." - Alex Moock (The Departed Skeletons, I Thought You Were A Marxist Records)

credits

released June 25, 2014

recorded October 2013 to May 2014

Andrew Robbins - Guitar, vocals, drums, bass, sampling, keyboards, electronic, woodwinds and related, percussion, production

All songs written by Andrew Robbins

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