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Physical CD - Help? Hope? Hear?
Compact Disc (CD)
The visual design was all created by Ameerah Bader, includes a booklet with lyrics & song explanations, and the cases are all recycled from CD cases that just sat on a shelf and collected dust. Get value!
The physical copies are black and white and look SO SWEET that way.
Comes with a sticker & overt sentiment.
Includes unlimited streaming of Help? Hope? Hear?
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Born out of a year of intensity & within a bipolar spectrum of wonderous and decadent, this album is meant to sympathize with brokeness of spirit & bluntly address the destruction of self-centered relationships. It was incredibly painful to write and produce this album, but I feel its harshness in communication has potential to create positive change in those who find an understanding resonance within a tired spirit or a broken spine in their pride.
released March 5, 2014
Guitars, Vocals - Fallon Braddy
Recorded via analogue mixer, microtape recorder, an M-Audio digital interface, & Audacity in my basement in Coeur d' Alene, ID
Mixing done via analogue mixer & Audacity
Sample in "Hope?" - Telltale Studio's game The Walking Dead: Season 1
Samples in "Hear?" - Various members of my family, a policeman, and my Mom's friend
All samples recorded and used without any sort of permission. If you feel this to be a violation of intellectual property or a misrepresentation of identity, feel free to contact me and I will make adjustments as needed to ensure mutual artistic and personal integrity.
My only regret is that I didn't get a sample of a fight between my friend and love, Ameerah, and I. Would've topped it all off, really.
Thank you to Ameerah Bader, Kevin & Schlereth Industries, Andrew Choske, Avery Strobel, Erik Carson, Joel May, Robbie Mac D, Elizabeth Tesone, Robert Weston Montgomery Jr. III, Drew Freeman, The Boys Club house, Jay Lowe, and my Mom for supporting and/or inspiring me through 2013.