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Ingrate 07:12
First you crawled through the narrow door To twist yourself against the wooden wall Then you hid your knees in your neck Doubling over Drawing yourself tight You could still be seen But you still were stuck with Your own breath So you squeezed into a drawer With the rough planks against your chest Your lungs could not expand And the boards were filled with your sweat Pain pulsed through your back The fluids squeezed from your eyes and nose As you tried to hide As you tried to revoke yourself From the name of Ingrate
Holiday Song 05:28


Released by VHF Records (USA)
C. 2005


released January 1, 2005

Dorothy Geller
Vinnie Van Go-Gogh
James Wolf

With appearances by:
Helena Espvall
Sharron Kraus
Simon Wickham-Smith


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Dora Bleu Montreal, Québec

With echoing acoustic guitar and storytelling, 
Dora explores the psychic emissions of the imperialist war state. Neither composed nor improvisational, in narrative time, twisting bent notes trace vulnerabilities.
" [In] the longform narrative structures Geller weaves...the overall mood is malevolent and dark..a sound as comforting as the creak of a noose held tight by a twisting corpse." The Wire
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