Sunday, November 12, 2006

you've got a lot of f***ing nerve.

Before New Sense (song links won't work) and Decibully was Camden, a fantastic Milwaukee secret that represents the rock roots of what would become Decibully. Recorded by Chris Walla (what isn't?), Camden's Reel Time Canvas is a downright spectacular album that could be openly welcome and well received if released today, but is now over six years old. Really, I can't find many flaws in the Decibully related projects and Camden's one full length and one EP are both absolutely tremendous releases that fully engross me. I simply cannot say much more than thank you to William Seidel and Ryan Weber as well as Eric Osterman and Brian Zimmerman. Find more at Camden's MySpace page, including several more downloads.

Camden's "Mike, Who Is Diary?"
& "Darling, Applaud"
from Reel Time Canvas

Camden's "Bread: Side A"
from Pieces of Places

John & Yoko and The Plastic Ono Band with the Harlem Community Choir's "Happy Christmas (War Is Over)"
The Polyphonic Spree's "Happy Christmas (War Is Over)"
Sense Field's "Happy Christmas (War Is Over)"
Snowden's "Happy Christmas (War Is Over)"


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