Back to the summer PT tribute…

What better than a demo from ’97? This is a track SW posted on Soundcloud, and as far as I can tell has not been released in any other media form. You may recall the track “Disappear” from the Recordings album as a simple, yet quickly powerful track. This version displays a more slowly-building structure with a purely mesmerizing guitar line starting about half-way through the track aside a fantastic bass grove (wait for it, wait for it…). This whimsical chiming theme becomes a blazing expression of raw desperation at the end. Just ridiculous. I wonder if this could be even more amazing with Gavin’s percussion. While I have many thoughts for further elaboration, this piece in truth longs for no aid via introduction.

Also a non-YouTube post. While I spend a lot of time there myself (too much actually), let’s attempt a broadening of the e-horizons a bit, shall we?

Nuke me as a uber-nube if this doesn’t work.

And yes, Nuked Uber-Nubes will likely be my next fantasy sports team name.


2 thoughts on “Back to the summer PT tribute…

  1. EXCELLENT submission to the crescendo request (see Decaffeinating Your Muse response for background).

    This is like a layer cake for your ears (if your ears could eat cake, I guess). If you’ve ever wondered what it sounds like to pull together “dolce” melody, sensual musical progression and well – melodic layers, and an expressive set of lyrics about how love (and relationships) alter your ego in a heart-breaking and lonely way, then listen to this song.

    Addictive. Had to listen more than once. Had to interrupt the follow-up listen to share a link on FB page. (Wonder if there will be more traffic to ActionSuit?)
    The e-horizons broadening comment was not lost on me, either. Was that a command or a recommendation?

  2. What a sweet song. Great post. I really miss the slower building extended guitar lines from their earlier days.

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