Goodbye Tramontelli

by The Vulnerable

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Recorded, mixed and engineered by Andy Maitland in Ferndale, Michigan during July and August 2014.
Artwork by Amanda Andrade.
Lyrics written by Kenny Plont and Jordan Mosher.
Music by The Vulnerable.
Tom Skill from CbJ helped with writing guitar parts in "Time Spent Wondering."

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released September 28, 2014

Jordan Mosher- guitar, vocals.
Kenny Plont- vocals.
Tino Ybarra- guitar, vocals.
Mike Land- drums.
Cory Tramontelli- bass.

additional friends:
Jon Pilbeam: vocals on "Open the Door"
Daniella Ybarra: vocals on "Open the Door"

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Track Name: Dead City Nights
Step down, from your high ground.
Can you see now?
There's smoke in your eyes.

I'll take you downtown, take a look around.
It's gone now, and we're alone.

We're broken.
We're losing time.
This life's not mine.

Take me back, I can't stand these silent nights.
Window's glass--- to cut out these empty eyes.

So many nights, just withering alone.
Asking myself--- how do I make it on my own?
As hollow bodies pass the corroded vegetation
all the buildings, and their extinction.

We're broken.
We're losing time.
This life's not mine.
Track Name: Open The Door
In a constant battle with time

In the midst of cosmetic slavery

The consumerists whine and dine

Onward with the cheap labor, and they monopolize

A billboard for corporations until you die

We’ve been victimized

We’ve been pacified

With material obsessions

Our prized possessions

A bloated commercial empire

Fueled by the conceited swine

But, you’re so much more than what you buy

Where do the answers lie?

The potential of our minds / the complexity of this life

Now let’s open the door to a world where we never compromise to being commodified / there’s so

much to learn

Boredom is the enemy.

Apathy won’t get the best of me.

Questioning---- question everything

And advertise your honesty.
Track Name: Fighting Complacency
No matter where your thoughts may linger, no matter where you point your finger

Don’t stray from true ambitions, and don’t be left wondering what you could be missing

Stop! Take a second to listen.

Listen to each other, listen to one another.

Don’t defer your dreams, because life’s too damn short for you not to believe.

Critiquing, an effort of thinking before speaking

Continuous contemplation, relentless in our evaluations.

New knowledge we gain, motivation we attain, understanding we claim

Each and every day, in every single way.

While we’re on this endless and inviting road, if we maintain that focus

Many limits will cease to be.

So, tell me. Are you trapped in reality?

Are you sick of working? But never having money?

Do you want to get out and see the world?

Do you want to scream out, and hope you’re heard?

May we always think of our past, experiences shaping our perception of this world.

Reflection--- it’s a most useful tool, building and moving forward every day.

Progressions, impressions, and self-expression—it all molds our reality, gives us sweet gratification.

The supreme victory--- so, tell me, how will you be FREE?

So, tell me. Are you trapped in reality?

Are you sick of working? But never having money?

Do you want to get out and see the world?

Do you want to scream out, and hope you’re heard?

Music defines freedom for me, I can’t tell you what you need

But we do need each other, take care of one another.

We all need to express, it relieves this stress

This is freedom not found in flag.

Not freedom found in a paper bag.

Not freedom in a dollar bill

Not freedom from Capitol Hill