.​.​. and the man who sees his own wraith​.​.​.

by The Scroll

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... and the man who knows his own wraith... is a good representation of what I was listening to at the time of recording: A lot of shoegaze, 60's noise rock, 80's music, dark western, glitchy dance music and trip hop. The album is less bombastic than Swan Soliloquy of a Deehrelict and the songwriting is tighter.
The lyrics still retain a sense of humour, but instead of singing about sexual violence, it aims more at shallowness and playful eroticism.
This album is maybe the hardest I've ever done because I was pushing my own boundaries and getting out of my comfort zone. Not every song works, but I'm very proud with most of it.

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released January 1, 2009

All track composed and produced by J Deeh.
J Deeh: All instruments and vocals
Damnzel: Female vocals on track 1, 4, 5 & 12
Jessica Rabid: Female vocals on track 2, 8 and 10
Acidasia: Female vocals on track 9
Martin Mangle: Programming on track 2, 8 & 10

Thank You: Linear, Prince, and Mike Racette.

NO AUTOTUNE WAS USED FOR THE RECORDING.

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The Scroll Montréal, Québec

The Scroll is a Canadian neo-wave band, consisting of multi-instrumentalist J Deeh and his various collaborators.
While being one of the most eclectic band's around, The Scroll has been described as indie electronica, art rock, neo-folk, dance-rock, industrial, dream pop and shoegaze.
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