Deceiver of Nations

June 30, 2006 9:36 PM

The first protest song I've ever felt compelled to write for my band Pocket Novel Mystery. This is a rough draft, but we'll probably use this one on our next full-length, in one form or another.

posted by saulgoodman (5 comments total) 4 users marked this as a favorite

love the click-track action at the end.
very nice...some guitar parts make me think, fondly, of Beulah.

and i have a tangemeenie cd also.
if i recall, you had changed your name to something else or had changed it FROM something else...

anyhow, crazy small world. but not really.
posted by chococat at 10:31 PM on June 30, 2006

Great vocal, great melody, great crisp guitar.
posted by edlundart at 10:39 PM on June 30, 2006

yep. it was colorwheel for about five minutes, then somehow in all the confusion, a whole new band formed (pocket novel mystery). small big world. if you're still recording, i'd love to hear more of your new stuff. well, i'll email you or something, now that i know where to find you.
posted by saulgoodman at 10:44 PM on June 30, 2006

thanks edlundart!
posted by saulgoodman at 10:44 PM on June 30, 2006

I really like this - it kind of reminds me of Nada Surf and/or Radiohead.
posted by Lotto at 3:12 AM on July 1, 2006

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