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April 19, 2011 / John Sieger

Alice In No Man’s Land

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Another pop tune from that never-quite-an-album. Also written and 4-tracked in the old Semi-Twang loft at the former P&V Atlas tannery. If you’ve ever spent time in a building where the tanning of animal hides once occurred, the first thing you will notice is the smell. Fortunately, we practiced in one of the less offensive spots. We had a whole floor of a building that probably rents for 20 times what we paid back then. Alice In No Man’s Land tells the sad tale of a clubster who is caught in an endless round of parties—an innocent on her way to become less so. It features the 12 string stylings of Mike Hoffmann and some tight vocal harmony from the group. In a parallel universe I am obviously in some sort of Brit-pop band called The Blueberry Overcoat.

© 2011 John Sieger

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