Nineties Sell​-​Thru Vol​.​2

by Bonbon Experiment

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    In 1991 I began using a reverb on my 4-track recordings to fill out the sound, and continued recording on 4-track cassette until 1998. Nineties Sell-Thru Vol.2 is the second CD of a 2CD set compiling Adrian Slatcher's best recordings from 1991-1998. Volume 2 includes songs from the albums "Abstract Farmers" and "23" and outtakes collection "Mauve Lite" as well as special projects "Adrian's Way With Wires" and "Deviance and Variation 1" and the E.P.s "The Decorator" and "30 Minute Warning."

     

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released April 1, 2009

All words and music by Adrian Slatcher

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Bonbon Experiment Manchester, UK

Bonbon Experiment is the main musical project of Adrian Slatcher. He records for the online label BDM Recordings (previously Brain Death Music). His latest album is "Traipses" a new EP "Test Pressing #1" is also available.

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Track Name: 28" Regular
28” Regular

I’m just the son of a regular guy
Trying my best to live a regular life
I work then I go home after it’s all done
I’m out on the town tonight trying to have fun

I’m just the son of a regular man
Doing the things that I regularly can
Never given much thought to where it all ends
Living through the days out with my friends.

I’m just a lover of a regular girl
Seems that my life aint gonna shake the world
Ambitions are for others for I’ve no guiding star
I just want a loan to buy a decent car

I’m just a father of a regular child
I sent her off to school with her books and her smiles
She’s growing up much faster every year
Things are getting better, nothing left to fear.

I’m just a worker in a regular place
Been there for years and they all know my face
Seems I’m not needed now I’m 55
Regularly struggling just to survive

I’m just waiting on a regular death
One more moment whisper my last breath
Where did it all go that’s my regret
I know you’ve not seen the best of me yet.