Battle Thru Time

by Anecdata

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surrender when i recommend you lay your gun down and we can bend palaver then, y tambien you lay your gun down and we can send the best of ours, the worst of hell the rest in malice, and we can fend off your best, off your rest the rest embarrass, we have no regrets surrender when i recommend you lay your gun down and we can bend palaver then y tambien you lay your gun down and we can send the best of ours the worst of hell the rest in malice and we can fend off your best off your rest and post-insurrect we are all regret
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i love the NRA i love the NRA, yeah they keep me safe from harm i wish i had a gun i could save the world and i could save the wo-orld me and my 45 could keep the world alive and you wouldn't have to fear threats from afar and here i could save the world and i could save the wo-orld and if you had to choose between me and nukes, who would you trust your life with now? nukes or a madman with the power to kill and the power to kill you i love the NRA i love the NRA, yeah they keep me safe from harm i wish i had a gun i could save the world i could save the wo-orld now
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Richard III 02:52
why did it take so long to dig me up and rob me blind of my fame? i was never gonna be your king too long i was living dead ahead to be fair forever my kingdom for a horse who messes with a king who left a string of family dead, rotting corpses? are you not surprised to see me back alive? supergrass'' man of war in the bones, sans flesh my kingdom for a horse where did you think i went? across the channel to france or germany? i've been stuck here since before world war got foxed oliver cromwell none of them compared to me, richard III old crouchback my kingdom for a horse
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You Decide 02:31
there's far too much riding on this far too much relying on this whose idea was it to ask me 'cause i'm paralysed just thinking about it i don't know so you decide so you decide what's right 'cause if i can't decide on nothing nothing's what we'll be so you decide what's right and you decide who's wrong and you decide what's right and you decide what's wrong the paradox of modern life is too much choice, none of it matters whose idea was it to ask me 'cause i'm paralysed just thinking about it i don't know so you decide so you decide what's right 'cause if i can't decide on nothing nothing's what we'll be
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Tokyo Regret 03:10
would you believe i've never seen tokyo? or any capital of the world of course i have been to wellington but wellington is hardly tokyo this is my one regret i haven't got many regrets yet can you believe i haven't been over seas, unless you count islands and i don't, so why should you care a bit about my plans? this is my one regret i haven't got many regrets yet do you think i should start with this urge to go across the sea
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Ephemeral 02:34
serendipity, ideas i don't know what to do or what to say curiosity, i fear has been my perennial ephemeral electricity in here i don't know just what to do or what to say instability endears every one one to the critical parasitical commonality, we fear in thrall to the criminal, hypocritical electricity in here i don't know just what to do or what to say negativity and fear they rule, incompatible ephemeral you recommend instead i get out and make some friends to the bitter ends an ephemeral, a mutineer i can't stand the smaller talk around the clock
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Super VHS 01:28
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we should not be afraid of foreigners locals i know are just as bad as us whenever i've been mugged out on the street i know what they're not they're from the north island they're from the south island they're from the north island they're from stewart island in case it wasn't clear from what i said before new zealanders are hardly angels eh the land of the 'long white cloud' at least we're not australians we're not as bad as them we're not as bad as them there are no rules when you get on the road the only law's stay out of my way it doesn't matter what passport you're on or if you can drive we've all got a death wish we've all got a death wish they're from the north island they're from the south island they're from the north island they're from stewart island
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so you thought you might be home alone tonight i've got news for you it's not so black and white and did you notice that i have time for you? or does it mean nothing to be one of two? aaah aaah aaah aaah you're not alone
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Phantom Time 02:30
If you've got a story to tell of history you might as well reconsider times and dates they're nothing but lies correlations of our past nothing good can ever last why on earth are we so vain? they're nothing but lies i recognise you in me i live inside you i never noticed you there…… there's never been a master plan no tricks for the age of man what happened to the sceptical patterns of our minds? i recognise you in me i live inside you i never noticed you there a phantom time of the year……
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The new album from Anecdata, released March 12, 2020.

Pay what you want, from NZ$5 minimum. The release includes two different versions of the album - one with vocals on most of the songs, the other just instrumental, the vocals replaced with keyboards.

If you buy the whole album, get the bonus track 'Diabolical Machine', which is not available on streaming services, for now.

'Battle Thru Time' is an experiment in alternative synthpop.

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released March 12, 2020

All songs written, programmed, performed, recorded, mixed and mastered by D Satherley/Anecdata.

Recorded 2018-2020 in Glen Eden, west Auckland.

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