SAD Light Satellite

from by Choir And Marching Band

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Daylight Savings Time; and other measures of wartime; all the LEDs, all the world's Christmas trees; all the screens that you're seeing and being seen in: it's all madness. It drives me wild. All that matters is the mother and child. It's not enough. Incandescent radiation like turn signals on a gravy train. It's just another chain reaction when all that matters is the daughter and son. It's not enough. I'm feeling what you're feeling. We're living under the season. It's affecting our work. We are becoming disorderly. We need a SAD light. It'll make us feel healthier. We need a satellite. It'll give us more energy. Call me in 28 days. That's the next time that I get paid. We can meet at the shopping mall by the tropical waterfall. We can drink that fresh made lemonade on the moon-bleached beach. It's a man-made. And if the snow doesn't blow on the windows you can show me where the satellite should go. Before the madness is all over the world. All that matters is the boy and the girl. It's not enough. We can't afford to leave. We remember the reason. We came here to work (it's affecting our work). We are becoming disorderly. We need a SAD light. It'll make us feel happier. We need a satellite. It'll give us more energy.

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from So Duh Pop!, released October 31, 2015

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Choir And Marching Band Edmonton, Alberta

Choir and Marching Band is mad musical scientist Trevor Rockwell's personal Frankenstein. Stitching layers of old-fashioned or home-made instruments together with lo-mid-&-hi-fi machines Rockwell breathes life to his monster with electrifying and inspired originality. Using analog and digital recording since the mid-1980s, Rockwell has created six full length records and has two more due in 2013. ... more

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