Here Comes The Rage

by Onions

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On first listen, I liked it very much but it was after the tenth...ish listen I felt the rage. Inner rage is quiet like that and not that easy to get across without sending everyone on a complete downer. So subtle may be a word and musically it's impossible to get down for too long with this, so maybe succinct is a better word.
I thought awwww quite a lot .I love it.
"In the orange maze I lost my bearing" I hear Ya!
So good, It stopped raining for a month after it arrived! - 11/10 Favorite track: Beautiful Thing.
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about

Painstakingly recorded over 2013 - 2014.

Watch the video-
youtu.be/C0KirhkYK6c

credits

released June 23, 2014

All songs written and performed by Onions.

Onions are:
James Brown (Vocals, Bass, Synths)
Martin Sherwood (Vocals, Guitars)
Chris Vaughton (Vocals, Drums)

Tracks 1and 2 recorded and mixed by Phil Bullyment
www.pbmusicproduction.co.uk

Tracks 3 and 4 recorded and mixed by Niall Doherty.
Trombone on Let's All Quit Our Jobs performed by Niall Doherty.

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