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Studio Album, released in 2016

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Three Ounces Into A Two Ounce Whiskey (08:40)
2. The Conundrum Archives (06:30)
3. Laboratories In Exile (06:24)
4. The Hero Leaves The Suburbs, Goes To Hell, And Comes Back (07:43)
5. The Barbarian (04:49)
6. Veils In The Serpent Wind, Part II (06:59)

Line-up / Musicians

Jason Rubenstein: Keyboards and composition
Tom Hipskind: Drums
Shawn Sommer: Bass and Bass Synthesizer

(Bonus Track)
Veils in the Serpent Wind, Part II:
Daniel van den Berg: Guitars and composition
Mirko Borach: Bass
Tom Hipskind: Drums
Jason Rubenstein: Keyboards

Releases information

Four long-form, heavy instrumental songs, written in December of 2014 and produced over 2015 and 2016. Each song is a narrative; three are essays in the form of music. One is a short story.

There are two extra songs. One is a thank you and goodbye to the late, great Keith Emerson. One is a composition by guitarist Daniel van den Berg.

Produced by Jason Rubenstein (ASCAP)
Published by Gearhead Music (ASCAP)

Artwork and Design by Toshi Onuki

All songs (c)(p) Gearhead Music, Tonecluster Music LLC, except for "The Barbarian", (c) Bela Bartok, Adaptation Emerson, Lake, Palmer (Music Sales Corp. OBO Leadchoice Ltd) and "Veils in the Serpent Wind, Part II", (c) Daniel van den Berg.
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