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William Ryan Fritch - Clean War (2016)

17-06-2016, 15:32
Classical Music | Electronic

Title: Clean War
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Lost Tribe Sound
Genre: Electronic, Neo Classical
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:33:06
Total Size: 102 mb


01. Squander 01:55
02. Storms 03:15
03. Blue Birth 03:48
04. Our Strange Progression 04:59
05. A Game Within a Game 01:24
06. A Slow Collapse 04:05
07. The Fall 02:11
08. Protracted 03:34
09. Clean War 05:00
10. Aftermath 02:55

“Empty bellied gods, Unsatisfied man. Though we devour one another, we can never stomach ourselves. Oh hollow beast, human discord rings out hanging in suspense. How can we resolve such a flawed progression?” - WR. Fritch

William Ryan Fritch’s new album ‘Clean War’ arrives during uncertain times - hollow leaders, blurred friends and foes, a heavy mix apathy and aggression divide much of our society, a need to label people, places, and ideas so quickly in order to usher them away to our like and dislike piles with no more than a crooked word from our sponsors.

The current state of music shares a similar struggle, slap it with a genre label, file it away in under a week on whichever xyz music blog, and forget about it. William Ryan and Lost Tribe Sound have long attempted to combat this lethargic behavior by producing substantive music that you’d wholly regret never laying ears upon, music that holds a fire in its belly and challenges comparison. A perfect example of one such effort is Fritch’s new ten song album, ‘Clean War.’

Of course music becomes more intriguing and mystifying the less we talk about it, but a few words may help clear the path. ‘Clean War’ is an album of grave societal concerns, with poetic and deeply cutting lyrical verses that take direct aim at them. Take for instance this poignant moment from the title song, “There is no clean war. There is no absolute truth. There is no victimless deed, but we are deaf to the echoes of each.”

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jojo5   User offline   19 June 2016 12:02

Thank you ver much!

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