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    Recorded and Mixed by Marc Balance at Loktown Studio Hamburg /
    Assisted by Johannes Voss /
    Mastered by Tom Meyer for Master and Servant Hamburg /
    Drums, Backing Vocals: David Mautz /
    Bass, Backing Vocals: Marc Balance /
    Lead & Rhythm Guitars, Voice: William Lee Self /
    additional Rhythm Guitar; Julius Ramge /
    "Home" composed by Self/Kieven/Self /

     

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Lyric inspired by a murder that occurred in the 1980's in the Atlanta Georgia neighborhood I grew up in named Buckhead. The 6 year old male child of one family was found raped and murdered next to a creek that all the kids played around....
When they were removing the body the only person in the neighborhood not interested was the older teenaged son of another family who continued to mow his lawn as if nothing out of the ordinary was going on. a red flag for the detectives ..
It turned out he had been raped repeatedly at the same location as a child... they did a deal to keep him off death row hence the lyric; "One more for the lord and two boys who wont be coming home, take off your hat son the judge is on his way".....

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released September 25, 2014
Recorded and Mixed by Marc Balance at Loktown Studio Hamburg /
Assisted by Johannes Voss /
Mastered by Tom Meyer for Master and Servant Hamburg /
Drums, Backing Vocals: David Mautz /
Bass, Backing Vocals: Marc Balance /
Lead & Rhythm Guitars, Voice: William Lee Self /
additional Rhythm Guitar; Julius Ramge /
"Home" composed by Self/Kieven/Self /

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William Lee Self Hamburg, Germany

William Lee Self is known best for his work with his 80′s band “Montanablue” (whose releases on WEA were produced by the late great Conny Plank) and for his live work with his friend and colleague Blaine L. Reininger (Tuxedomoon) as well as his work with Micheal Stipe (their Tanzplagen band project). Marc Balance is a multi-Instrumentalist and sound engineer from Hamburg. David Mautz is a multi- ... more

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