[DLR057] Borstal Boy - Perspectives From The Medicine Cabinet
01 - Radio Bomb 4:06
02 - Don't Drink The Kool Aid 5:26
03 - Gasoline Bubble 2:32
04 - Mercury Sky 4:26
05 - Jerichos Burning 5:12
06 - Infinity 3:34
Radio Bomb: This piece has a very dystopic aura about it. This piece is to illustrate the fragmented world have we now live in. It takes such subjects as paranoia, social unrest, social alienation, fear and abandonment of community. It is a very dark and unforgiving piece.
Don’t Drink The Kool Aid: these piece looks at the Jonestown massacre and the fear it caused in the world. A sample from David Lynch’s film Eraserhead gives and disturbing feeling to the piece. Everything is fine in heaven is repeated to the sound of droned and military style drums leading to a climactic ending.
Infinity: This is about the uplifting feeling of life and how people are always born. This is a piece of hope and overcoming adversity.
Mercury Sky: This is a dystopic piece reflecting the fear that lingers in everyday society.
Gasoline Bubble: This track is about lost love set in a dream.
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