Jackeyed and The Sleeping Tree

by megaphone records

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Released on hi-quality chrome audio cassette, recorded one by one @ Megaphone's headquarters with a Nakamichi ZX-9.
Packaging assembled one by one with love.
Limited edition of 40, now sold out.

Look how we made it on this little cool video:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=8YLCIaw9Vt0&feature=player_embedded

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released June 2, 2012

Recorded, mixed and mastered at Atracoustic Studio by Luca Lenardi, Federico Piccin and Alberto Biasutti
atracoustic.com/musica/studio

Drawings and layout by: Pierpaolo Febbo and Teresa Frausin

Released by Megaphone, June 2012 www.megaphone.it

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Track Name: Jackeyed - Out of season
OUT OF SEASON

You live under a blanket
to see how you make me cry
So slow on the snow,
what happened here?
I'm lying to live.

Now all your love is wasted

With all your lies you are still very lovable
I'm not really like this
My pain will mark you I call you

Now all your love is wasted
Track Name: The Sleeping Tree - The way you were dancing
THE WAT YOU WERE DANCING


Your heart beat and ran faster
Your hands touching me
It’s a landslide
Thinking ‘bout how you were dancing

Legs of ivory were twisting
And I thought: “It’s the end of my failing”
Thinking ‘bout how you were breathing

And centimetres feel like light years sometimes
So centimetres felt like light years that night

Your lips leading me out of my pasture
But there’s no sweeter taste of sin in my head
I’m thinking ‘bout how you were whispering

And centimetres feel like light years sometimes
So centimetres felt like light years that night