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The Vegetarian - Two Things We Can't Really Rely On album flac Performer: The Vegetarian
Title: Two Things We Can't Really Rely On
Style: Experimental, Noise
Released: 2016
MP3 album: 1649 mb
FLAC album: 1364 mb
Rating: 4.4
Other formats: WAV AU DTS VQF MMF AIFF VOX
Genre: Rock

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We can’t interrupt them; we can only interrupt ourselves while reading them. They speak to us, thoughtfully, one at a time. They demand our attention. And they demand that we briefly put aside our own beliefs and prejudices and listen to someone else’s. You can rant against a book, scribble in the margin, or even chuck it out the window. Still, you won’t change the words on the page. Books For Living – A Reader’s Guide to Life by Will Schwalbe is published by Two Roads on 12 January, at £1. 9.

There is nobody there to rely on for money, to watch your luggage when you go to the bathroom or show you the way when you get lost. It’s all up to you. And the more you figure these things out, the more independent you become. I can remember a time when my luggage was lost on a flight from Munich to Nice. It took me a week to get it back, and the airline made me travel 12 hours to pick it up, which made me almost miss my train, which made me almost get to my hostel too late to check-in. I think what helped assuage my fears from the get-go was the realization that I really was in control of the trip planning, down to the fact that I could hop on a plane home if I really felt uncomfortable. Many people seem to forget that just because you make a decision to travel somewhere solo doesn’t mean it’s permanent.

We realize how much we rely on our possessions after our house gets robbed. We recognize the gift of a secure paycheck after we lose our job. And when we tragically lose a friend or family member, we wish we had told them every day how much we loved them. Likewise, facing the heavy possibility that I could have lost someone in the attack really made me appreciate my family and friends. I was enormously lucky that I didn’t know any of the victims. I can only imagine how terribly painful that day was for so many people who lost loved ones. It would be a good idea to appreciate all the wonderful things we have now, before they’re gone. Appreciation Inspirational Life Lessons Losing What You Have Luck September 11th. More From Thought Catalog.

But the mistaken idea that technology can be relied on to solve all of our problems on its own has become more and more common thanks to these trends. The question is: will those trends continue to hold, or is it just a coincidence that technological advancement has correlated with our well-being? The idea that technology might be more trouble than it’s worth, or that it may have catastrophic consequences down the line, is nothing new.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Not Well
Electric Guitar – Justin Stockton
0:35
2 A Quaint Conversation
Electric Guitar – Justin StocktonVoice – Dan*, Justin*
0:23
3 Jass On Crack
Electric Guitar – Justin Stockton
1:55
4 I Don't Fucking Know What I'm Doing
Electric Guitar, Keyboards, Wind Chimes, Voice – Justin StocktonKeyboards – Dan Burnette
5:51
5 Here's Something, Enjoy
Electric Bass [Prepared], Percussion, Voice – Dan BurnetteKeyboards, Electric Bass [Prepared], Percussion – Justin Stockton
5:29
6 Weight Gain
Acoustic Guitar, Percussion, Jew's Harp, Wind [Comb], Whistle [Water], Voice – Dan BurnetteKeyboards, Percussion, Wind Chimes, Acoustic Guitar, Voice – Justin Stockton
6:51
7 Do It
Acoustic Guitar – Justin StocktonElectronic Drums, Voice – Dan Burnette
0:18
8 Anger, Drums Are Angry, Alright Drums Are Angry I Guess? (Yeah There We Go)
Electronic Drums, Voice – Justin StocktonVoice – Dan Burnette
0:28

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Dan's Basement
  • Produced At – Dan's Basement

Credits

  • Artwork – Justin Stockton
  • Instruments, Voice – Dan Burnette, Justin Stockton
  • Producer – Dan Burnette
  • Written-By – _ГԼそ, 댄 (tracks: 5, 7)

Notes

Recorded on February 19th, 2016

"This is the first record from the project not led by Dan. Look forward to a new take on the project and complete creative freedom. Hear Justin as never heard before, free of everything, no hold barred"