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Nerve [instrumental demo 2004]

Yoshimasu Kamiya on December 11, 2012 04:51

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    "DARK HUMOR: The Instrumental Demos" is a collection of songs that I wrote in 2003 and 2004 for DARK HUMOR (including "Jim Beam & A Bottle Of Pills," which was the very first song that Terry had me write for the band). I was in high school focusing on electric guitar and bass guitar, so all of these tracks reflect my influences and songwriting style at the time. For a lot of these, Terry just gave me original lyrics, ideas, themes, or film/song references and asked me to produce something that captured the essence of whatever he wanted to sing about. With exception to "Dead Things," none of these instrumentals were officially mixed and released and have been sitting on a dusty shelf (see also: old-ass hard drive) until now.

    A final version of "Dead Things" with vocals (Terry Rice) and lead guitar (Noah Goldberg) was released on Dark Humor's 2003 self-titled album:

    A demo version of "Handsome Devil" with vocals (Terry Rice) and lead guitar (Noah Goldberg) was released on Dark Humor's "Funeral Music" EP:

    Demo versions of "Hankenstein" and "Jim Beam and a Bottle of Pills" with vocals (Terry Rice) was released as bonus tracks on Dark Humor's "Sick Sick Six" EP:

    All tracks written, performed, and recorded by Joseph Yoshimasu Kamiya under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License

    Recorded with a $30 Cakewalk software with live guitar, live bass guitar, drum programming, and keyboards in 2003 and 2004

    "Nerve [instrumental demo 2004]" by Yoshimasu Kamiya is licensed under a Creative Commons License

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