PART 2 Sorry I ain't perfect Sorry I ain't give a (what?)
To the Bone is a 1994 album by The Kinks. Recorded partly at Konk Studios with a small audience, and partly during their 1993 American tour and the 1994 UK tour, it was the band's final release before their breakup in 1996. Some tracks were recorded at Konk Studios during April 1994 with a small audience in an Unplugged style, other tracks were recorded live in Portsmouth in March 1994, and "You Really Got Me" was recorded live in Philadelphia in August 1993.
The first part - the first three chapters - were already upsetting me. It's an alternate reality England. 200 years ago, some humans started becoming clairvoyant. The Bone Season is a bit slow here and there, and the worldbuilding can be a pain to follow but I think many people will really enjoy this series. Although sometimes the story moves slowly, there was no dull or boring moment. I highly recommend sticking through the tedious, info dumpy first book because I can already see this series greatly improving with the later books!
Spear of Gold and Seraphim Bone Part 2 (2013) by ADERLATING, released 01 November 2013 1. Per Luciferum Dominum Nostrum 2. Worship of Dead Gods 3. The Seer is Burning 4. When The Darkness Overwelms Angels Return To Their Graves 5. Black Shroud White Candle 6. Descending The Naraka (part 2) 7. A Vessel For The Void 8. Rope Burn Christ Mass Released by Consouling Sounds.
Bridgeport Boogie" is like a classic Crusaders tune, all dancing horn melody over Rhodes and electric organ for that perfect simmering '70s sheen. Interesting that the tune named "Righteous Reeds" begins with such a dramatic percussion jungle; the horns are fine, but the least dynamic part of the song! "The Backburner" begins the same way, giving percussionist Satin Singh a dramatic showcase for himself. Downtown Shuffle" is all wah-wah guitar, pounding bass energy, and whimsical brass that soars to the heavens.