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You Are Literally A Metaphor

by Consider the Source

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neu-mann A jaw-dropping experience from start to finish...The entire album tosses and turns like a seductive, hyperactive Levantine belly dancer after too much strong Turkish coffee. My all-time favorite title, and my Favorite track: You Won A Goat!.
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captainmusic The actual best album I found by sheer accident all those years ago. Favorite track: Sketches From a Blind Man.
Psychedelic Waves
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Psychedelic Waves Favorite song on the album is "The One Who Knocks". Mostly because I'm a huge Breaking Bad fan, but also for that crazy jam section! One of the best bands out there. Favorite track: The One Who Knocks.
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avalith Consider the Source have broken my brain with this album. It's unbelievable how much is going on with each song. The blend of light and dark and how every part interacts has me listening to the whole album multiple times over. In my opinion this very easily could be album of the year. Looking forward to hearing these songs live and on vinyl. Favorite track: Misinterpretive Dance.
Eric Gedenk
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Eric Gedenk Opened for this band years ago, and have always stood in awe of their inhuman musicianship. This album, though, feels like their most cohesive. Really floored with the closing two tracks.
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drumsickness2 I'm sorry Taylor Swift but this is the best song title of all time Favorite track: Misinterpretive Dance.
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released March 1, 2019


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Consider the Source New York, New York

"Sci-Fi Middle Eastern Fusion"

Consider The Source is:

Gabriel Marin - Double Neck Guitar

John Ferrara - Bass Guitar

Jeff Mann - Drums/Percussion
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