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Ship of Theseus

Jute Gyte

Release date:
June 1st, 2015
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Jeshimoth Entertainment
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1. Lugubrious Games (Sans Frontières) 09:27   Show lyrics
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2. Forces of Self-Shedding 08:20   Show lyrics
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3. Grief of New Desire 09:34   Show lyrics
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4. Ship of Theseus 08:21   Show lyrics
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5. Machinery That Renders Debt Infinite 09:20   Show lyrics
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6. Pain and Wrath Are the Singers 11:57   Show lyrics
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Read Ship of Theseus paradox:... 87% NausikaDalazBlindaz April 19th, 2016

The closing line of "Lugubrious Games", "the word always dies where the claim of some reality is total", is from Jean Amery's At the Mind's Limits, as are several other lines used in this album's lyrics. Much of the title track's lyric is drawn from Lucretius. The title "Pain and Wrath Are the Singers" is drawn from Robinson Jeffer's translation of Medea; that song's line "aimless years from nothingness to nothingness again " comes from Lovecraft. The wordplay "the afternoon's meshes" is D.F. Wallace's.

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