the sublime disorder

by Steve BLaque

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instrumental but if you want to write do so and then send on over to me..or sample the shit but tell me so.
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Damn Damn 04:36
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pretty sure it's an instrumental, but if you want to write lyrics and send on over to me...well now...only too happy to receive!
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sadly on this track, mainly because it's an instrumental lyrics will have to be left empty...but you're very welcome to write some and send on over to me!
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Ratbagland 04:48
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guitar, beat and saturday, nothing more i can add here on this piece.
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Washed Up 06:40

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Born of the frustration of trying to kick start a career when I was already dead and just couldn't buy into the idea. Songs were dragged from my vault mainly because i had no idea they were there but when I found them I thought they were long overdue in being exposed if nothing else to highlight the struggle and from how far back I had to come to be a presentable artist. they fail and so did I. From this then we have The Sublime Disorder.

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released November 11, 2015

Some people were involved. They and I have no need to delve any further into the past. Where they are now and what they do I can only convey thanks. Art work for the album by Levan Stanes.

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Steve Blaque Beijing, China

Steve Blaque singer, songwriter, Producer and engineer and owner of LLargoland Studios in Tasmania (formerly Forbidden City Studio Beijing) also performs in an unplugged environment with his favorite flavors of Indie and Grunge. Blaque has always said ''you don't need distortion to be grunge and you don't need twang to be Indie''. ... more

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