Death by Radio

by The Singular

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1.
I stabbed our flag into the ground And then I read the words aloud They did not come out the way I wrote them down I watched the stars from on the moon I knew we’d have to head home soon But we did not want to move I hear the voices in the dark I watch the angels spread their wings Someday my ashes they will fly But one small step will never die Though you may not remember me
2.
Styrene 04:25
Styrene, Styrene Put your hands upon me Close my eyes so I can see The air that pulls the gravity Styrene Styrene, Styrene I’m slowly floating out of me To leave this wreck behind me And disappear completely Styrene Blind my eyes Turn the speakers loud and deafen me Grind my senses down Release the Styrene Styrene release me Styrene, Styrene Put your arms around me Close my eyes so I can see Einstein’s relativity And how it all applies to me My moment in eternity Is burning out in front of me Thanks to Styrene
3.
Stretch your arms from coast to coast Father son and Holy Ghost It’s never gonna be this good again Put your keys in the ignition Buy the new revised edition We ain’t got the money but the money’s got to spend So move along Until a super highway brings you home Wars were won and wrote the books But some details were overlooked The truth is one more story never told I’ve traveled long forgotten nodes Neglected dirt and gravel roads There’s just one place i never got to go So move along Until a superhighway brings you home Polish all the cars Cover all the scars Make it look real pretty Like the people on TV But on select occasions I’ll nurture my abrasion I’ll hold it like a trophy up for all the world to see it isn’t good, it isn’t bad, it’s only me Until a superhighway brings you home
4.
Hello? Are you listening? The radio will tell you how to feel And the glow of the television Will tuck you in And show you how to heal Hello? Can you hear me? I’m screaming and I’m only feet away But you’re consumed by A soulless flicker And what talking heads in magic boxes say But sometimes it’s easier To tune in and turn away But the pictures are so much nicer Than the ugly words that people say Hello?
5.
Sad Suite 07:22
I saw you in my dream I couldn’t see your face but I believed You were so alive Like a phoenix from the ashes rise You go on and on… Floating out with you among the stars You go on forever but I can only go so far I don’t seem to mind The rain is gone, the well is dry I don’t think I could cry to save my mother’s life My eyelids sewn up tight I just pretend that everything’s all right I don’t think I could cry The rain is gone, the well is dry But if I could cry I would cry for you And if I could mourn I would mourn for you

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The Singular’s second recording, Death by Radio, was recorded at soft touch studio, a basement recording space operated by good friend of the band, Andy Putch. This was the bands final recording to feature their original bass player, Tim. While more polished sounding than their first EP, Death by Radio did not garner nearly as much commercial attention as the bands debut EP, even though it contains what front man James Pequignot considers to be their most radio friendly track, Super Highway. This recording contains fan favorites, One Small Step, a song about Neil Armstrong, and Styrene, the story of a man dying as the result of a Styrene chemical spill. Pequignot commissioned friend, classmate, and profoundly talented artist Adri Wichert to create the cover.

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released September 1, 2008

Jordan: Drums
Tim: Bass
James: Guitar, Keyboard, and Vocals
Jeremy: Horns

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The Singular Akron, Ohio

The Singular is a band that holds high the value of music as an experience and strives to make a good one for anyone who cares to listen. As a modest four piece rock band they produce a sound that can be described as cavernous and overwhelming. They triumph the art of storytelling through song, and always invite their audience along with them on a musical journey. ... more

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