Lycanthropic Sounds

by Rouilleux

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    releases September 3, 2019

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1.
A Twitch
2.
Deathwish Men
3.
Lead Me
4.
The Hole
5.
Hold On
6.
05:01
7.
Joys of Love
8.
Birds
9.
Song from Beyond
10.
The Unreal City

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releases September 3, 2019

Guests:
White Wigwam – modular synth in tracks 1, 6, 9 and 10
Jan Klamm – electronics/harmonica in tracks 1 and 7
Petr Vrba – trumpet/clarinet in track 7
JSB – BWV 639 theme in track 2
Elsa Aids – poems in track 4

Written, recorded & mixed by Rouilleux
Mastered by Ondřej Ježek in Jámor studio
Big thank you to Veronika
Co-published with Letmo Productions as letmo9

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Rouilleux

Rouilleux is a project/band founded in 2009 by Luboš Rezek. Involving various musicians from KLaNGundKRaCH label and Prague experimental scene, Rouilleux's music is a continuous movement revolving around voice, drones and unconventional songwriting.

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Track Name: Common Sense
Suddenly the ceiling disappears
And the scary prospect of afterlife
Makes me squint at the hole at the bottom part of our window
With furniture and children’s books all around
A familiar figure reveals itself
At the foot of the hill that leads to my house
And up we go
On the sandy path lit with public illumination
You and me

My harshest friend
There were times I looked up to you
Wishing I was capable of the deeds you spoke of
Knowing that those figments of your imagination
Are the worlds I can never reach
And there were times when I hated you almost as I hated myself
But then again you were all I had

And so I too began dreaming
Of the mundane things not so far from me
Of drowning in somewhat different waters
Climbing somewhat different hills
And then I fooled myself that by the time this all came true
You'd be gone