ACQUADRO/Goodbye The Band || Answer: Citizens suite 5 tracks, 12.01 Goodbye The Band on June 15, 2013 16:32
- 1. Acquadro - Sympathy for the Luddites (instrumentalish) 2.05 26 plays
- 2. Heroes and Character Assassins 2.23 2 plays
- 3. 러 다이 트 승리 (PKD Mix) 1.46 0 plays
- 4. 우리의 생존에 대한 위협 (instrumentalish) 2.38 1 plays
- 5. Acquadro - ESCAPE FROM NON-LINEARITY (기술은 에너지에 따라 달라집니다) 3.08 2 plays
- 1. ACQUADRO - CAR BABY CAR (At The Rates You Bar) 2.10 61 plays
- 2. Goodbye The Band - ARCH PEER AETERNUS 4.57 49 plays
- 3. Acquadro - Car Baby Car (instrumentalish) 1.41 142 plays
- Download track Go to track It Was Exactly Bad As They'd Imagined ("arch Peer Aeternus" instrumentalish)4. It Was Exactly Bad As They'd Imagined ("arch Peer Aeternus" instrumentalish) 2.55 208 plays
Acquadro - RECENTNESS! WE DEFINED INSTRUMENTALS 8 tracks, 23.52 Goodbye The Band on May 12, 2013 14:03
- 1. Acquadro - Time Got All Chopped Up Til It Was Liquid 3.33 67 plays
- 2. Acquadro - ALSO A LEGAL MEMO 3.01 10 plays
- 3. ACQUADRO - The Downside of the Aristocrats 4.16 19 plays
- 4. Acquadro - THE LIGHT AT THE END OF LIBIDO DRIVE 1.22 11 plays
- 5. Acquadro - GORGEOUS BLADDER 3.59 20 plays
- Download track Go to track It Was Exactly Bad As They'd Imagined ("arch Peer Aeternus" instrumentalish)6. It Was Exactly Bad As They'd Imagined ("arch Peer Aeternus" instrumentalish) 2.55 208 plays
- 7. ACQUADRO - JSOC ROCK I 3.18 4 plays
- 8. ACQUADRO - GRANDFATHER NAMED ART SONG 1.22 23 plays
- Download track Go to track Men Mad With Delusions of Power Focus On Freedom As Cooler Heads Emigrate Elsewhere1. Men Mad With Delusions of Power Focus On Freedom As Cooler Heads Emigrate Elsewhere 1.00 32 plays
- 2. Something You Can Do In Concert With Your Lover 2.47 28 plays
- 3. Beep O'Light (Whitepaper Mix) 2.32 18 plays
- 4. I Will Represent You In A Trial 1.23 9 plays
- 5. 3 Cheers For Companionate Love! 3.01 20 plays
- 6. Two Energizers 1.17 21 plays
- 7. (I Read The Book) Our Media Is Working Against Us 2.45 16 plays
- 8. Small Townna Flounder, Xas, US 2.04 12 plays
- 9. Electro-Informusical Studies 2.07 11 plays
Maximum value-arranged melody-soaked intelligent video game chamber dance film music by an eternal visionary.
"The constant recorded output of Goodbye the Band is maybe as a river, flowing ceaselessly, each album represented by a bucketful of its pure mountain-borne life force. That metaphor, though, sucks, mostly because it is too simple and also dumb to read. It is therefore better to write that the constant recorded output of Goodbye the Band is the product solely of John Aquadro's generous obsession and prodigious imagination.
Many teenagers in New Jersey or wherever pick up electric guitars, write amateurish rock songs, record some of them, and either go on to fame and success, or (more likely) just get better at what they do, or (even more likely) barely improve or quit altogether. During that formative phase, John Aquadro set himself apart by not only taking the first three steps but also more or less simultaneously teaching himself composition through MIDI sequencing.
In the ensuing intensely focused 15 years, he has occasionally utilized the guitar-and-voice singer-songwriter milieu boldly, with rhythmic assurance, and with a uniquely expressive and theatrical voice capable of portraying several characters, from deranged rapping to full-throated melodic tenor. The lyrics of these songs are uniformly excellent, even in the earliest examples; they can be poetic, demented, profane, hilarious and above all very deeply felt. Aquadro has been inspired in these fields by primarily inarguable greats such as Bob Dylan, Lou Reed, David Byrne, Beck Hansen, Kurt Cobain and the members of Sonic Youth, all of whose styles and approaches he has internalized and then altered through his own lens of dark humor and perverse sentiment." – Spencer Owen of the absolutely fantastic The Spencer Owen Convergence, aka DJ Sharkey | @SharkeytheDJ on Twitter.