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They know that sound the underwater drone a perfect A-flat sends chills to the bone The mud dwelling creature wakes the houseboat folk and sends out a signal with a constant stroke The agressive type 1 slows down to a crawl and thrums the loudest with his vociferous call The devious type 2 has a plan as well to steal the throne before the others can tell Like an improv choir the Toadfish sings at twice the speed of a hummingbirds wing The elusive midshipman has been a mystery for years and will soon be gone when the bay mud clears
It's the epitome of smoothness The way a pendulum swings, A string vibrates And many things resonate You're continuously accelerating, Opposing your position This "negative interest" Keeps the sine rocking
Scale it Label it Market it A "Cure All" for the malign Eliminate Validate Negotiate False hope for those on the frontline There is no scientific proof to substantiate the claim that shark cartilage is a useful treatment for cancer. In at least one such study, the treatment was found ineffective It's the protein in cartilage that affects angiogenesis and that protein would be digested rather than absorbed into the bloodsteam Injecting shark cartilage directly into the human bloodstream may result in an unfavorable immune system response Inoculate Contaminate Capitulate If the tumor doesn't finish you the waiting will


The debut album from the I.R.D. remixed, remastered and reissued with new bass and guitar tracks.


released June 2, 2013

Dan Oscura - Bass, Synths, Vocals, Additional Guitars
Noa Oz - Drums and Percussion
Jim Harris - Guitars


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Illogistical Resource Dept. San Francisco, California

Unconventional, quirky, and ominous have been used to describe the sounds of the San Francisco based power trio, the Illogistical Resource Dept. The I.R.D.’s bass heavy approach to songwriting comes from a wide range of influences including Primus, Rush, Porcupine Tree, King Crimson, Tool, Devo, and Pink Floyd. ... more

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