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    Glassmastered CD and liner notes insert in a 100% recycled Made-in-USA cardboard sleeve, featuring alternate artwork screen-printed at home by Lindsay Watson.

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    11"x17" art-print-quality poster of Lindsay Watson's beautiful cover artwork for "Let Our Minds Be Languageless, Let Our Bodies Be Verbose". Ships rolled in a cardboard tube (no creases!).

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lyrics

Hey, you know I still remember when we first touched
Oh, they said it was impossible because of electron repulsion but somehow
We were one, somehow we were one

And hey you know I still think about how we defied the laws of physics that night
Relativity evaporated into the air
Like the steam that floats off my coffee cup in the morning
Contorting into the most beautiful and incomprehensible forms

And this silence
It's like somehow even though it's totally featureless
There's this endless indescribable labyrinth of beauty that surrounds us
Whenever we don't speak
And no exit as far as the eye can see
Even aided by the Hubble satellite and electron microscopes

Hey I'm sorry I digress
Cause you know there's still just you and I
And I swear, someday
This ocean we're swimming in will evaporate
And finally, we'll be at home in the air
We'll be at home in the air

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from Let Our Minds Be Languageless, Let Our Bodies Be Verbose, released February 19, 2013
Alex Alexander: digital synthesizers, electric and acoustic guitars, vocals, drums, bass

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homegrown experimental guitar music by Alex Alexander, a genderqueer farmer in Maine.

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