MP3 Sean Kagalis - Songs From the New Depression
It''s starts off fun.... gets a little rocky and loud... then lush... then peaceful.
14 MP3 Songs in this album (63:55) !
Related styles: Rock: Adult Contemporary, Folk: Political Folk, Out-and-Proud
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1. All Belongs
Although this song was inspired by my want to discourage division within the Second Life music scene, it''s broader message is that every bit of this universe serves a function. So relax. Be what you are. It all belongs. Mommaluv Skytower, George Serena, Elizabeth Davis, Jerry Griffin, Paul Collins, Cerwin Toxx, Lisa Lavoie, Lexie Smith, Jack Kinagree, Ren Enberg (and I can''t believe that''s it... if I forgot you please tell me so i can change it!) all submitted tracks via email to create the gang chorus - y''all rocked it, thank you.
2. Doomsday Love Affair
I watched my partner (naturally) freak out over being laid-off, having a very tough time finding work in a job market that wasn''t considering the unemployed. This song was my way of letting him know that I was there for him.
3. Down The Drain
I believe the powers that be manipulate the economic state of nations for reasons I might never understand or know. I also believe our own denial of these realities perpetuates it further.
An ironic approach to the theme of the album. Opposite day on planet Sean.
For an hour-long songwriting workshop presentation, I wrote this song live in front of an internet audience. I''m still not sure what it''s about.
6. Going Through
Basically about promising to be someone''s friend no matter what.
This song is about the relationship with my audience and my fellow performers.
8. Where To Go
As an artist I try to shed light on issues so that the listener might see their own path, not suggest they take mine.
Basically a rant.
All true stories that took place in Florida.
11. Cremating Care
I''ve seen the video evidence. I''ve seen the evidence in the our lives. I don''t need much more evidence to create care.
12. The House
13. The Loudness War
All the songs on this album were written during a two week span in November of 2010, except for this one. Just speaking out against division, again.
14. At All
This very well may be my favorite song of mine. I love it. :)