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  • gimu – the whole world is tired today – comsic winnetou

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    it has never worked: the ghostly loop has always appealed to me so I just kept it in hopes one day it would become something. it has, now. the title is just one of those lines one may say a lot in their lifetimes, no matter how hard they’ve tried, “it has never worked”.
    if they’re running, there’s a runaway bus coming: cosmic spasm and a floating tune. it’s all about the atmos.
    when i fully understood why some people wanna die: a piece of a song I composed when I was in my first band. It just sounded so good when it was pitched down, I had to create something with it.
    a heart transplanted twice: did you know a transplanted heart can be transplanted again? I didn’t! And, yes, it can, according to what I learned from watching a very popular soap in brazil many months ago.
    i say i am never late but we both know sometimes i am: I grew older being very proud of the fact I was always a very punctual person and then one day I realized I was no more and that made me sad, the feeling of losing everything, even self-control
    the next dying generation: or how to use sounds you rip off a song you absolutely love by a band very few know of.
    the days off afternoon sleep i truly do hate: the saturday afternoon naps I absolutely love.
    prematurely aging bones: months ago I found out I’ve got prematurely aging bones and have been taking new pills, more pills (…) ever since.
    feel it closing in: shortly before my old band died, a guy who could play the accordion came and joined us. we jammed, it was beautiful and it went nowhere. I’ve never met him again. he’d emailed me a file, some seconds of him playing that accordion. one day I found that file and… a piece of it has become “feel it…”. so simple, so beautiful, so touching.
    gimu’s words about each single track of this album.

    each single track of this album makes you feel the bittersweet melancholy of this tired planet spinning in the void. go and buy this tape, it’ll will make you feel at home, somehow.