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Transmigration Blues is the fourth album from NC based band The Dead Tongues. The new album belongs to the moments weaving between uncertainty and discovery, the placements between the mirage and the horizon line, the subtle and dramatic moments that unravel and shape ways of being. DTs Ryan Gustafson says "political grand anthems do not exist on this album, but there are stories of the little deaths and rebirths, and of trying to navigate oneself to a place of purpose and compassion. So, at it's best, I hope this album can provide an emotional language for some to ask themselves and to ask each other, how do we want to rebuild what has needed to fall and of what we've lost, what do we want back?"
Transmigration Blues is the fourth album from NC based band The Dead Tongues. The new album belongs to the moments weaving between uncertainty and discovery, the placements between the mirage and the horizon line, the subtle and dramatic moments that unravel and shape ways of being. DTs Ryan Gustafson says "political grand anthems do not exist on this album, but there are stories of the little deaths and rebirths, and of trying to navigate oneself to a place of purpose and compassion. So, at it's best, I hope this album can provide an emotional language for some to ask themselves and to ask each other, how do we want to rebuild what has needed to fall and of what we've lost, what do we want back?"
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The Dead Tongues - Transmigration Blues

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Format: CD
Label: PHOT
Rel. Date: 06/26/2020
UPC: 195081349114

Transmigration Blues
Artist: The Dead Tongues
Format: CD
New: In Stock $12.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Peaceful Ambassador
2. Transmigration Blues
3. Deep Water, Strange Wind
4. Deja Vu
5. Bama Boys Circa 2005
6. Nothingness and Everything
7. Equinox Receiver
8. Song Called Void
9. Road to Heaven

DISC: 2

1. Intro
2. Strangers
3. Sister Ivy
4. Little Sadie
5. State Line
6. Long Time Coming
7. Hey Moon
8. Déjá Vu (Radio Edit)

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Transmigration Blues is the fourth album from NC based band The Dead Tongues. The new album belongs to the moments weaving between uncertainty and discovery, the placements between the mirage and the horizon line, the subtle and dramatic moments that unravel and shape ways of being. DTs Ryan Gustafson says "political grand anthems do not exist on this album, but there are stories of the little deaths and rebirths, and of trying to navigate oneself to a place of purpose and compassion. So, at it's best, I hope this album can provide an emotional language for some to ask themselves and to ask each other, how do we want to rebuild what has needed to fall and of what we've lost, what do we want back?"
        
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