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    Features a distressed version of the "Mk II" EP's cover on the front. Designed to look vintage with stains and wear. 100% pre-shrunk cotton Gildan black t-shirts in men's and women's sizes.

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released April 14, 2011

recorded and mixed at French Fry Phantom Studios, Adelaide
drums tracked at The Drama Studio
track 4 recorded live-to-air at Radio Adelaide 101.5FM 03/03/2010
mastered by Owen Gillett at Diskedits

music & lyrics by Larry Ash

Larry Ash – guitars, vocals, production, synthesisers, programming
Shaun Hurrell – drums
Max Duncan – bass [1/4], vocals, cowbell [1]
Lisa Lane-Collins – guitars, vocals [1/2], synthesisers, piano [3]

Mino Kolega – vocals [1-3]
Matthew R. Davis – bass [2], synth bass [2]
Simon Henderson – bass [3]
Mika El Inspire Wonder – vocals [3]
Tim Dodd – saxophone [2]
Jaime Dowling – vocals [1/2]

band photo by Phebe Rendulic (



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Priority Orange Adelaide, Australia

Adelaide band fusing early 90s grunge with 70s progressive hard rock and mushed into quasi-industrial modern metal. Or something.

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Track Name: He's In The Pub
"build exchange / and i feel estranged / too good to be true / words and acts / and abuse of facts / make me unlike you / all of this now / you're selling off / just where did all this shit come from / instead of if i had been smarter / or waited just a fraction longer / come to know what law and order / i'll blame you for everything / so demure / disappointing sure / how could i suspect / surface thin / and noone sees in / case it's imperfect / understated / your fragile heart / cracks appear after it's broken / karma lends what it affords to / you're the only one i know / who could redefine your boundaries / who could change yourself from the outside / who could turn gravel into almonds / and act like it happens everyday"
Track Name: The Diode
"attached to the bored / you're running on negativity / frustrating in simplicity / discrete and part of a bigger plan / half of which you'll never understand / it's alright by you / you see only the crest of the wave / and you shut yourself off / as though you have got something to save / and you're biased / and you don't know shit / tired of being ignored / mismarked in sensitivity / to burn out quick is your destiny / one in a fucking billion / you create the division / rectified / said anything / wanted to / start again / wrecked if i'd"
Track Name: Cammy
"sounds awash but some are never heard / rippling through the medium / after all / following everything / didn't want to feel this way / so jaded / why does everybody only tell you lies / sights bloom and some will never dim / sink into depths of blue and green / i walked out / slower than months can move / an escape can light your way / to nowhere / there ain't no such thing as safety in yellow / seems to me the moment / it's over / it could be just unlike any one i've known / didn't want to leave this place / so jaded / ain't the greatest question the one you never ask"