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Here's the track listing for my new counter-counterculture album
"Vacate Wall Street":
1. Shut Up and Fall in Line
2. Status Quo: Good to Go!
3. Don't Raise Difficult Questions
4. Corporate Teats Were Made to Suckle
5. The Middle Class was a Bad Idea
6. Tell Me What to Think
7. You'd Probably Spend My Pension Better Than I Would
8. Mega-Merger Mambo
9. Pacify the Job Creators
10. No Rain (doesn't fit the album motif, but I've always wanted to cover this)
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TOPIC: Self Explanatory
I'm broke. It's no joke, no I couldn't pay my debts off if I wanted to.
I'm broke. It's no joke, and I don't know how I'm gonna pay my taxes this year. I wish i could just disappear.
Everywhere I look I see reminders. I wish I had blinders
I'm broke. It's no joke, and i hope my girlfriend loves me for my company. My penury precludes much luxury.
I'm broke, and i know my situation's not uncommon.
No one knows how long this drought will last
NEW SONG: "Finn's Four"
[CUSTOM: Rock / Children's] My wife and I wrote and recorded this song for our nephew Finley Emmitt Sullivan's fourth birthday. READ MORE
FUNNY RANT: Where Did the Expression "My Album is Dropping" Come From?
Thousands have artists have uttered this phrase, but what does it mean?
Is it a metaphor for a BOMB, a FORCE OF NATURE, a GOOD POOP, or a FALLING PHALLUS? READ MORE
MUSIC PERFORMANCE: "Happiest Days of My Life"
On the last day of a six-week musical sabattical near Joshua Tree, I wrote this song. I then made a video out of the slapdash, last-night, one-take recording process of the song "Happiest Days of My Life" -- see MORE from the "Joshua Tree Adjacent" Webseries
NEW SONG: "Be Patient My Dear"
[CUSTOM: Pop, Acoustic]
Debra Kushon approached me about helping her write a song for her friends Rita & Siavash's wedding. She wrote a poem in Farsi and then translated it into English. I tinkered with some of the wording of the English poem to make it rhyme more and fit better into a song structure and then wrote some chords/melodies to go with it. On this recording, Abby Tyrrell, Debra, and I are all contributing to the vocals. READ MORE
VIDEO "JOSHUA TREE ADJACENT": Patrick Starts to Go Crazy
During the late stages of my six-week musical sabattical near Joshua Tree, I started getting increasingly loopy. I had no human contact other than the process of making these videos, which consisted of talking to myself and assuming that America was listening. Here is a quintessential example of me lost in my own world. see MORE from the "Joshua Tree Adjacent" Webseries
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