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Ruined Subjects

JT Bruce

Type:
EP
Release date:
August 2011
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Independent
Format:
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1. Pollux 04:06   instrumental
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2. Vega 01:36   instrumental
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3. Deneb 02:12   instrumental
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4. Sirius 08:56   instrumental
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5. Descent 02:12   instrumental
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6. The Grand Machine 00:44   instrumental
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7. In the Clouds 01:08   instrumental
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8. Paranoia 02:28   instrumental
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9. Cubic 02:40   instrumental
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10. Separation 04:11   instrumental
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11. Retarded Retard 03:59   instrumental
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12. Umlaut Ampersand 02:09   instrumental
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13. Trees 00:16   instrumental
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14. The Multiverse 01:26   instrumental
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15. Flux's Curiosity 02:51   instrumental
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16. Infinimarch 01:56   instrumental
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17. Deathboat 02:32   instrumental
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18. Painter's Vista 01:45   instrumental
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19. The City 03:14   instrumental
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20. New Beginning 02:03   instrumental
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21. Memories of Onus 00:54   instrumental
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Ruined Subjects is a retrospective collection of unreleased tracks, film scores, and alternate versions of songs on previous albums. It's not intended as a regular album release, but rather an EP with unrelated material created between 2005 and 2011.

The first four songs (Pollux, Vega, Deneb, and Sirius) were made for Universica and either scrapped entirely or adapted into other songs from that album.

The last eight songs (beginning with The Multiverse) comprise the score of the short film Strange Matter.

(Source: Jamendo)

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