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Lately the thought of making albums has been on my mind. Not the actual physical pressing of them, because I don’t think I could sell any. But the idea of putting together 10-12 songs with one theme in mind kind of appeals to me. ie. This is my sad acoustic record, this is my dancey party record, this is my experimental noise record, this is my eclectic “look how all over the place I am! Imagine what my personal life is like!” record.

I tend to like to screw around with a lot of different styles and also take really long breaks in between recording songs and I’m wondering if this would focus things a bit and provide some direction and clear goals when I’m writing and recording a new track. And it seems like it might be fun.

Posted on - January 10, 2003 [at] 11:46 am by Brad
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Lev on All bums
January 15, 2003 at 6:39 pm

Yes, do it. I think that you could play one off the other (the songs, that is) and have something more than the SUM of its PARTS.

At least that’s what I think.

Plus, having a preconceived theme could help you move in a certain direction and be a stimulous for more creativity. Or not!

Jakob Dorof on All bums
January 17, 2003 at 9:57 pm

Go for it. I like your rock songs, so 10-12 of them would be awesome.

dcomposed on All bums
January 20, 2003 at 1:09 am

Wouldn’t 10 songs take a while? I think you should make a 6 track EP, that way you would have time to make more and you won’t get bored with the one style.

Pete Hall on All bums
July 26, 2013 at 5:44 am

Hi Brad!
I used your track ‘Dirtbag’ in my app promo video.
Many thanks for making it available (and all the other great tracks on your website!).
Hope you like it.

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