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J. E. Sumrell - Blame The Conspiracy mp3

J. E. Sumrell - Blame The Conspiracy mp3 Performer: J. E. Sumrell
Title: Blame The Conspiracy
Style: Indie Pop
Category: Pop
Date of release: 2005
Country: US
Label: Not On Label
Size MP3: 1662 mb
Size FLAC: 1008 mb
Rating: 4.3

Tracklist

1The High Priestess (For Dena)
2I'll Come Running
3Innocent Man
4It's Our Little Secret
5The Buildings She Knows
6Fishing For Compliments
736 Days Hath December (And It Always Rains)
8Miserable Pasts
9Dollhouse
10Cybele
11Blame The Conspiracy
12Lucrezia
13Melancholy Lisa
14I Walk The Thin Line
15When Can We Do It Again?
16Queen Of Swords
17Dark Lady
18Toyland
19Why Can't I Have You?

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneJ. E. Sumrell Blame The Conspiracy ‎(Cass)Not On Label (J.E. Sumrell Self-released)noneUS1991

Notes

J. E. Sumrell portrayed the Songsmith except where noted. The Whole Sick Thing is dutifully ©1991.

Once again playing the Star of the Show - responsible for all instrumentation, production, "voices," eerie noises, and egomania - is none other than J. E. Sumrell. All blame may be directed toward him at P.O.Box 1547, Decatur GA 30031. Of course, you are requested to Blame The Conspiracy for all else. Lyrics available upon request.

Blame The Conspiracy was recorded in glorious stereo hi-fi in Columbus GA smile when you say that, it was a place to sleep) on a State-O-De-Arte Yamaha 4-track analog recorder. Instruments include but are not limited to: a black Gibson Les Paul guitar (just like Robert Fripp), a black Fender Bullet Bass, a dark brown violin of questionable origin, a Sigma 12-String Acoustic guitar, a Martin 6-string acoustic guitar, a Roland TR-707 drum machine, a few drums that were just lying around, an Alesis Microverb, a black tambourine, Casio's fabulous CZ-3000 analog synth, Shure microphones, and a shitload of pedals and cables. It was a real mess.

The painting on the cover was created by She Who Cannot Be Named. The Star conveys his deepest gratitude.

Special thanks to L. M. Yoho, S. R. Hurlburt, and D. Ross.