A GREAT USELESSNESS

by EUGENE QUELL

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HELL PRESIDENTE
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3.
ALTA LOMA
4.
AND THERE GOES THE DRUGS

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releases 04 August 2014

All songs by Eugene Quell
Guitars, vocals, noise by Eugene Quell
Drums played by Frederick Newton and recorded by Nyquist Noise Recordings
Backing vocals on 'Hell Presidente' and 'Alta Loma' by Hannah Lou Clark
Mixed by James Elliott Field
Digital mastering by Nyquist Noise Recordings
Vinyl mastering by Frank at The Carvery
Artwork by Jamie Bush
Sonic Anhedonic Recording Company
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Track Name: THAT ONE SONG
YOU GAVE YOUR LUNGS TO EVERYONE
AND NO ONE AT ALL
GOD DAMN IT BABY THIS IS SOUL
THIS IS THE WAY TO RULE

AND THE CLOCKS BEGIN TO SLOW
THERES NO RATIO
FROM THIS ROOM THAT WE’VE CALLED HOME
STILL NOBODY KNOWS

LETS GIVE UP ON VERBS AND NOUNS
YOU GET WHAT WE’RE PAID FOR
DON’T BE NERVOUS, KEEP COOL
LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL

AND THE CLOCKS BEGIN TO SLOW
THERES NO RATIO
FROM THIS ROOM THAT WE’VE CALLED HOME
STILL NOBODY KNOWS