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Jul 29, 2010

The Trebuchet Virtual Liner Notes
PART THREE


Featuring Geo and Milton Mermikides

The tracks in this segment: Atlanta, Death form the Skies, Never Knew, Hai Yookito 'Ya, Where Have You Been?, One Hypnopompic Jerk, Small Comfort, Happy Birthday Baby.

Some bonus questions from Kylie.

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Thanks to Milton and Kylie.

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Token Skeptic Podcast, Episode 24

Milton Mermikides

Kylie Sturgess

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Damian
nine and a half years ago

Thanks, Ukes. The liner notes were excellent. Makes me wish I understood music better.

Telgar
nine and a half years ago

Great questions by Milton, insightful answers by Geo. The small comfort ending having been explained is a perfect hang. Love the artwork in the booklet.
I will never tire of listening to this album

Ben
nine and a half years ago

Aren't clams molluscs?

stePH
nine and a half years ago

I usually press the skip button on "Small Comfort". Not because I don't like it, but because I don't often want to go where it takes me.

Kind of like the movie "Grave of the Fireflies"... great film, but so depressing that I'll probably never want to watch it again.

Tressa
nine and a half years ago

Thanks for sharing, especially for enhancing and expanding (and, strangely enough, making somewhat personal for me) "Atlanta" and the extra view of "Where Have You Been". When you go to TAM9 next year you can buy me a cookie (and I'll buy a diet cherry coke one).

SeanG
nine and a half years ago

Love the virtual liner notes. I'm a music geek and I've enjoyed the look into the process.

Thank you for Small Comfort. When I had to put my 14 yr old cat down a couple of years ago it was sad, but I also felt a strange sense of honor to be the one responsible for this animals well-being.