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#1326051 - 08/27/14 07:33 PM Father Time is still the future of rock. (soundcloud page filled!)
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ok I've decided out of sheer utter boredom I'm going to rerelease one at a time all my greatest songs on soundcloud, a site I've mostly ignored over the years. Seriously, when I see my freakin songs lined up all in a row, there ain't no doubt in my goddamned mind why I called myself the last rock hope. And anybody who thought otherwise, you're all a bunch of dopes!

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#1326054 - 08/27/14 07:41 PM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Al]
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ok, here's the first installment of a historical reenactment of my catalogue of songs. I thought I'd start with the one people seem to remembah the most.

This is probably my most requested song. It was controversial because at the same time as Walmart is sort of known as an evil entity in our corporate culture, they also have the cheapest shit.

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#1326060 - 08/27/14 08:32 PM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Al]
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Al is once again pushing his sonic waterboarding on the good citizens of VS=Planet.
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#1326062 - 08/27/14 08:38 PM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Vanillagrits]
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Why look, there's the head dope who says he's ignoring me!
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#1326064 - 08/27/14 08:41 PM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Al]
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Sorry Al all I can see is your thread title and a picture of a shaved dogs ass.
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#1326065 - 08/27/14 08:46 PM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Vanillagrits]
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hey retard, if you're responding to my posts, that means you're not ignoring me.
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#1326079 - 08/27/14 10:27 PM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Al]
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So a shaved Dogs ass is the future of rock?
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#1326084 - 08/27/14 11:20 PM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Vanillagrits]
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I have no words.....
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#1326089 - 08/28/14 12:12 AM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: slotz]
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well you're functionally illiterate, that's why!
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#1326090 - 08/28/14 12:14 AM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Al]
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Care to post the lyrics? When was this written?
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#1326095 - 08/28/14 01:19 AM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: DAGtunes]
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well they're pretty clear if you listen.

Wrote the music in the 90s, lyrics in 04 or 05.
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#1326108 - 08/28/14 04:51 AM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Al]
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 Originally Posted By: Al
well they're pretty clear if you listen.

Wrote the music in the 90s, lyrics in 04 or 05.


I did listen. All the way through. Probably my notorious "tin ears," but I could not make out all the lyrics all the way through.

What I could make out sounded like an interesting subject/topic, and I hoped the posted lyrics would shed light on the meaning of the song.

You don't have your lyrics in some sort of Word Doc or other form that can be copy/pasted?

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#1326111 - 08/28/14 06:17 AM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: DAGtunes]
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Father who?
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#1326165 - 08/28/14 11:08 AM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: DAGtunes]
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 Originally Posted By: Al
well they're pretty clear if you listen.

Wrote the music in the 90s, lyrics in 04 or 05.


I did listen. All the way through. Probably my notorious "tin ears," but I could not make out all the lyrics all the way through.

What I could make out sounded like an interesting subject/topic, and I hoped the posted lyrics would shed light on the meaning of the song.

You don't have your lyrics in some sort of Word Doc or other form that can be copy/pasted?


yeah, here they are on bandcamp.

https://fathertime.bandcamp.com/track/we-all-live-in-walmartville
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#1326168 - 08/28/14 11:51 AM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Al]
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just to show you that i am a bigger man than you are, al, i'm NOT going to bash your stuff or say it is derivative of anything.
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#1326178 - 08/28/14 12:33 PM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: gonzo]
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Well Gonzo, you started it on that thread by characterizing me as a curmudgeon cause I like some of the rock legends, I had no idea you'd be so sensitive when I jabbed you back about Van Halen.
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#1326179 - 08/28/14 12:37 PM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Al]
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Funny, I found the lyrics less distinct this time round and had to check the link - maybe I'm going deaf. I still like them and the song, as a whole.
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#1326190 - 08/28/14 01:00 PM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Delso]
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Thanks. I don't think they sound as crisp on soundcloud as they do on bandcamp.
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#1326396 - 08/29/14 01:26 PM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Al]
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This is one of my signature tunes. Brings me right back to exactly where I was when I wrote and recorded it in 2001. I'll go with my friend Doug's description - "THIS however, is the quintessential FT song. It sums up the whole thing, the total experience of the Internet musician. It's a work of genius, and I would not bs you about it. Lest you stupid fucking putrid bullocks think I'm kidding, I'm not. I'm deadly serious. If you can't see what FT has done here, it's you who are terminally dimwitted. This is it. The essential musician's internet experience."

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#1326399 - 08/29/14 01:32 PM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Al]
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From me, who use to be the owner of the world, It's a work of genius bro!
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#1326468 - 08/29/14 06:20 PM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Alan]
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well thanks!
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#1326472 - 08/29/14 06:31 PM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Al]
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well you deserve it.

Us geniuses have got to look out for ourselves!

I rarely type the word myself but I have to admit that it's nice when others do.

I'm quite proud at how often that word has been used on my material over the years, and how it has made me feel and respond to becoming 'even more genius'..,

I simply thought that you deserved the 'pay forward' this year.... Frankly! I'm getting sick of it! LOL!
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#1326478 - 08/29/14 07:02 PM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Alan]
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Maia Sharp has a nice song that speaks to this, I think....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-6O5VlGLdA

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#1326485 - 08/29/14 07:49 PM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Popmann]
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yeah that was a good song, thanks.
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#1326489 - 08/29/14 07:55 PM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Popmann]
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The future of rock is noT old rock. The music scene is headed for the net though. A combination of music and visual arts. Wont be any lame ass soundcloud either unless they start videos too.
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#1326493 - 08/29/14 08:19 PM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Duckhead]
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video has co-opted music for years now. I tend to think evolution will involve understanding the separation between the 2.

and Rock is rock.
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#1326512 - 08/29/14 10:06 PM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Al]
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You know, it is entirely possible that Father Time represents the future of rock. I just listened to Virtual Star again, and after a long time between listenings, there are some very insightful phrasings that seem to be coming home to roost. Neil Young notwithstanding.
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#1326528 - 08/30/14 12:02 AM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Doofie]
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thanks! yeah some of my songs have a time-released quality, they make more sense down the road.
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#1326535 - 08/30/14 02:35 AM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Al]
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I enjoyed it Al (Virtual Star). I really enjoyed the music a lot. I don't mean that as a knock on the lyrics or vocal performance...but the music really resonated wtih me.Very cool imo. Nice job.
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#1326536 - 08/30/14 02:43 AM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Infinitymobile]
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Thanks, man!

a side note, this techno dude named Kurtz once made a midi version of the song, which was used for a Father Time avatar on this game another guy created - that was pretty cool.
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#1326538 - 08/30/14 02:47 AM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Al]
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 Originally Posted By: Al
Thanks, man!

a side note, this techno dude named Kurtz once made a midi version of the song, which was used for a Father Time avatar on this game another guy created - that was pretty cool.
That is cool! Congrats....and again....nice job!
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#1326590 - 08/30/14 10:49 AM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Infinitymobile]
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 Originally Posted By: Al
Father Time is still the future of rock.



Everybody knows that.
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#1326595 - 08/30/14 11:19 AM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Hong Kong Phooey]
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#1326720 - 08/31/14 05:52 AM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Hong Kong Phooey]
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 Originally Posted By: Al
Father Time is still the future of rock.



Everybody knows that.


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#1326722 - 08/31/14 05:55 AM Re: Father Time is still the future of rock. [Re: Al]
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This was a track originally influenced by The Who but became a sort of transcendent rock/rave dance track when produced by my friend Will Read. Was a pretty huge hit in the indie circles where it was released.

Relating to the Planet, this is one of the 2 songs they were demanding I keep on Planet Radio when I wanted to put some new songs on there, caused me to remove all my songs. \:D

Argue

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