There Exists An Abstraction Ladder

by Burywood

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about

I read about the concept of "abstraction ladders" in a speech textbook and thought it was funny, hence the title.

This is a slightly schizophrenic homemade album of songs ranging from overly-ambitious waltzes and guitar arrangements, to acoustic stupid-folk, to melodramatic industrial pop. It is the culmination of 2 years of aimlessness.

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released November 2, 2009

-Recorded and mixed by Philip Woodbury, except for the acoustic guitar on track 1, which was recorded by Ray Flynt

-Mastered by Harris Newman at Grey Market Mastering

-Artwork by Rachel Deng

-Lap steel, jet-engine guitar, and rhodes delay operation on track 1 played by Mark Abernathy

-Conversation between tracks 10 and 11 includes James Lavery, Matt Squires, Jack Still, and Ben Humphreys

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