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rkss / Cell [2015]

[Label: Seagrave | Cat#: SR009]
  1. Blush (1:57)
  2. Bicycle (3:59)
  3. Work (5:09)
  4. Watched (1:14)
  5. Rain (7:10)
  6. Cell (8:18)
  7. Drum (0:54)
  8. Freeze (6:11)
  9. Coughs (1:00)
  10. Roll (5:01)


  1. Crudydude January 20, 2016

    Artwork…significant. Believe me you don’t want to know what goes on upstairs in that window…

    • fat whore January 20, 2016

      as a matter of fact i do

      • ShitHead January 21, 2016

        The story is long and drawn out with several characters involved: those diametrically opposed to the idea of the existence of others, while there are some who embrace the human race, animals, and certain plants, other meander aimlessly through life following their script T For T. but then there is this sinister Man who lives on the top floor of building that is painted purple (rumors have it that this Man personally selected the color of the building despite severe opposition from other Apartment Dwellers) and it has been said (The Neighborhood GrapeVine consisting of a variety of Characters who are just as Lost Spiritually as This Man.) The are allowed to adjudicate the Line Of Destiny for each one of us based solely on the concept of RuLe And Conquer The Outsiders and do this using extreme power. This to manipulate and control the populace of Outsiders (The Disenfranchised and Lost) leading each of these strays directly into their own Grave. It is difficult to discern (extreme consternation) what takes place in the rugged terrain of his brain. His Grey Matter distinct from everyone else’s Brains. The Man faces each ticking moment of his life misunderstanding the essential concepts of life in order to survive This Life, yet he devised personal theories of what is taking place before him (sense data constantly streaming and rising the disjunct neural highway of This Man.

        • freud January 21, 2016

          I like this writing exercise. Some very good ideas in it. You might want to not use capital letters so often, it seems gratuitous and detracts from the meaning instead of emphasizing it.

    • sickLAD January 22, 2016

      it’s like american football all over again

  2. CoachDumfi January 21, 2016

    Good suggestion El Sigmund, but in my defense this method caught your attention one way or the other, an annoyance mostly. Reminds me of the Seinfeld Episode where Elaine is scolded by her Writing Manager for using the Imperative symbol {!} once too often. I have to wonder though if I should take advice from someone who based all human motives and thoughts on a sexual drive.

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