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Conditions of My Parole tracklist & preview

Tom emailed me today a link to Amazon where you can preview the tracks from the upcoming Puscifer album Conditions of My Parole.  Each track has a 30 second preview, and for those who don’t feel like following the link, here’s the tracklist:

  1. Tiny Monsters
  2. Green Valley
  3. Monsoons
  4. Telling Ghosts
  5. Horizons
  6. Man Overboard
  7. Toma
  8. The Rapture (Fear Is a Mind Killa Mix)
  9. Conditions of My Parole
  10. The Weaver
  11. Oceans
  12. Tumbleweed

Enjoy! I also expect the tour dates for the Nov-Dec Puscifer shows will be released in the next week or so.

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UsefulIdiot8665
UsefulIdiot8665
11 years ago

This sounds pretty freaking good. I think it’ll be worth the cashola.

lostinthewood
lostinthewood
11 years ago

The tour starts in November.

GaryS
GaryS
11 years ago

“Conditions of my Parole”, the song, sounds hilarious. I’ll be buying.

Whisp
Whisp
11 years ago

Not sure about the first 3 songs but the rest gets my attention. Look forward to hearing more.

Lizbet
Lizbet
11 years ago

Nothing more annoying than listening to a collection of sound bites. Correction. Really annoying thing is that by all accounts the way to really enjoy Puscifer (sorry Kittaan I do like correctness) is by taking in a live show (well I guess that’s a no brainer). Problem is I cannot foresee a time when that is the act he will bring to Australia (not that I’d want him to sacrifice Tool or APC at that altar). So. Interested to hear it all? Yes. Does what I’ve heard really engage me? Meh. If it’s mostly a cynical exercise in flogging clothing… Read more »

Calfium Jay
Calfium Jay
11 years ago

It sounds more like A Perfect Circle than previous Puscifer.

Doesn’t suck as much as I had thought it would – some of it actually sounds interesting.

Still don’t like the single though. Stupid lyrics.

Might buy it – not sure. Maybe I’ll swallow my pride and give it a go.

ziggy23
ziggy23
11 years ago

good shit

mikelisse
mikelisse
Member
11 years ago

awesome.  so fuckin’ stoked for this album.  

264zn
264zn
11 years ago

WOW I would go as far as saying those snipits sound amazing…can’t wait for the album. ‘Conditions of my parole’ fav out of the bunch from what I could hear, sound funky.

Sollus
Sollus
11 years ago

I’d venture to say that Man Overboard could be the weakest song on this album after listening to these snippets. I am really, really excited to get a full version of this.

emsazo
11 years ago

It all sounds amazing! I’m really looking forward to listening to Tellings Ghosts and Conditions of My Parole (the song).

James
James
11 years ago

Telling Ghosts sounds like it’s going to be awesome. Very excited to hear this album, and a Puscifer ticket will be on my Christmas list 😉

ilikecheese
ilikecheese
Member
11 years ago

Those were some good snipits.

I’d fuck those snipits.

mikelisse
mikelisse
Member
11 years ago

Tiny Monsters sounds like it could turn into a Rush/Yes-esque epic tune. i can’t wait to hear that kick in.

toolboogie
11 years ago

Wow… I’m starting to get really excited for this new album!
‘Telling Ghosts’, ‘Green Valley’ and ‘Conditions…’ sound great!
I love the variety already… Any vinyl coming out?

children
children
11 years ago

Shame on all of you who ever doubted this album.

smithersSOCAL
smithersSOCAL
11 years ago

[quote comment=”47535″]I’d venture to say that Man Overboard could be the weakest song on this album after listening to these snippets. I am really, really excited to get a full version of this.[/quote]
that was my thought too…  snippets sound great.     now its got me pondering a pre-order of the vinyl.    does anyone know if you get an mp3 with the vinyl?

Whitehawk
Whitehawk
11 years ago

In short: Fucking awesome!

Sollus
Sollus
11 years ago

Horizons has me the most intrigued. Damn, I cannot wait another month and a half for this!

mikelisse
mikelisse
Member
11 years ago

smithersSOCAL – 1 hour ago  » 
<blockquote cite=”http://www.fourtheye.net/2011/09/conditions-of-my-parole-tracklist-preview/#comment-47535″>
I’d venture to say that Man Overboard could be the weakest song on this album after listening to these snippets. I am really, really excited to get a full version of this.

that was my thought too…  snippets sound great.     now its got me pondering a pre-order of the vinyl.    does anyone know if you get an mp3 with the vinyl?

there is no mention of that on the site, and in the past that was never the case, so unfortunately not.

ThatGuy
ThatGuy
11 years ago

I am really looking forward to this album now. sounds much better than v for vagina. Monsoons, Telling Ghosts, Horizons, and Conditions could all potentially be great tracks. the little sample of Tiny Monsters almost sounded Bealtes-esque. I agree too that Man Overboard is probably going to be worst song on here.
 

fortysixand2
fortysixand2
11 years ago

I can’t stop listening to these clips.. It’s gonna be a long 5 weeks!

Panoply
Panoply
11 years ago

wow, this actually sounds like real music! i’ll have to obtain the mp3s of the album unofficially, not that it even really matters

Agenda
Agenda
11 years ago

I’ve been listening to these clips a lot. This album sounds great thus far and it sounds like it translate very well live. 

TAoutsider
TAoutsider
11 years ago

^PUSCIFER live is fucking amazing. much different from the albums.

mikelisse
mikelisse
Member
11 years ago

i guess it doesn’t matter much.  it is convenient, though.  a lot of bands have been including a code to download the mp3, or some even include a cd along with the vinyl.  i usually buy the vinyl and just find a convenient [unofficial] way to make the music more portable.    

Naattik
11 years ago

@ Hellboy – just today, I unearthed 3 full boxes of cassette tapes (in an attempt to clear out some junk from the garage)!!! And the cassette player I haven’t connected to my stereo in well over a decade. Despite the mediocre sound quality and hassle of flipping tapes, I’m enjoying litening to all the mix tapes friends made for me all those years ago. Rediscovering some great shit this way. How retro. My 8 year old was fascinated. I honestly don’t think he even knew they existed.

Mog
Mog
11 years ago

admin – 46 minutes ago  »  i guess it doesn’t matter much.  it is convenient, though.  a lot of bands have been including a code to download the mp3, or some even include a cd along with the vinyl.  i usually buy the vinyl and just find a convenient [unofficial] way to make the music more portable.     That’s pretty much how I buy music these days.  CD’s are pretty much dead to me, unless the artwork/case is worth having.  I still have a soft spot for CD’s. I enjoy the artwork quite a bit. I also like CD’s… Read more »

Naattik
11 years ago

@ Mog – Interesting points, but to address your statement Surprised that more artists don’t utilize the direct model and avoid the ITunes and Amazons of the world altogether. It’s all about marketing. There are a lot of eyeballs on iTunes and Amazon. Attracting people to artist’s websites is not easy, particularly for lesser known bands, or those just starting out. I share your distaste for buying MP3s from companies that embed shit in order to track. It’s one step up from protection (which is easily circumvented), but I’m still not playing. I prefer to buy and rip it myself,… Read more »

Mog
Mog
11 years ago

admin – 1 minute ago  »   I also like CD’s because they keep the concept of “album” alive. I am not a fan of ITunes though. I agree with you on iTunes – I don’t use it either.  I either buy direct, or don’t buy at all. Can you define the concept of an album in regards to having a CD?  You mean having some artwork I presume?   For me while I enjoy looking through the art work, the reality is that for 99% of the albums I own, I’ll take a look once or twice and then it… Read more »

Mog
Mog
11 years ago

kittaan – 4 minutes ago  »  @ Mog – Interesting points, but to address your statement Surprised that more artists don’t utilize the direct model and avoid the ITunes and Amazons of the world altogether. It’s all about marketing. There are a lot of eyeballs on iTunes and Amazon. Attracting people to artist’s websites is not easy, particularly for lesser known bands, or those just starting out. I share your distaste for buying MP3s from companies that embed shit in order to track. It’s one step up from protection (which is easily circumvented), but I’m still not playing. I prefer… Read more »

Lizbet
Lizbet
11 years ago

– Bands need to make their money from ticket sales and touring. And that suits me just fine.

Lizbet
Lizbet
11 years ago

Have to say that I’ve always taken a bit of a high moral ground attitude towards purchasing music ie I always pay. I have begun to rethink that a bit of late, it is so readily available (and some I have had in the past on cassette and vinyl)that it seems ridiculous not to take advantage of that. Mind you this really only applies to the bigger bands I would still always pay for music from the up and comers. I also spent a lot of money on tickets. And the ownership of a physical copy is probably just a… Read more »

TAoutsider
TAoutsider
11 years ago

i have bought soooooo many albums in the past and felt i got ripped off. some of that is my fault totally, but i would rather not buy it if i don’t know it’s going to be great. and once you buy it you cannot ” by law ” return it either.

Lizbet
Lizbet
11 years ago

A money back guarantee would be nice TAO. 🙂

TAoutsider
TAoutsider
11 years ago

they probably do not want to deal w/ the returns. i have tried to return music CD’s before and they will not do it. they think i bought it uploaded it/ copied it and want my money back. which in my case is not true, the album just sucked overall and wanted my money back.

Mog
Mog
11 years ago

2lizbet – 21 minutes ago  »  Have to say that I’ve always taken a bit of a high moral ground attitude towards purchasing music ie I always pay. I have begun to rethink that a bit of late, it is so readily available (and some I have had in the past on cassette and vinyl)that it seems ridiculous not to take advantage of that. Mind you this really only applies to the bigger bands I would still always pay for music from the up and comers. I also spent a lot of money on tickets. And the ownership of a… Read more »

Lizbet
Lizbet
11 years ago

Mog I hear what you’re saying and like I said I will always pay to ensure an artist I appreciate can make a living from their art.
As for the revenue issue it’s not really about agreeing whether it should be so, it’s just pretty much the reality that bands are faced with. I do also think that music is a performance art and that is where the focus should be. A recording just cannot come close to experiencing the live art and I would bet that most musicians get a bigger buzz on stage than in the recording studio.

TAoutsider
TAoutsider
11 years ago

^and a BIG + on that one for Puscifer live. i hope someday you aussies get to experience them live. when i saw pucifer live i did not think i was going to be as blown away as i was. hope they hit the mid west. 😉

in_the_blender
in_the_blender
11 years ago

Okay so I went and clicked a few links… Sorry to say it still struck me as boring, but i could see potential for upgrading my opinion to mediocre.

TAoutsider
TAoutsider
11 years ago

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJN38nYVXuk

very small venues w/ pusifer are amazing. Maynard is a front man again and not in the shadows. 😉

lipanconjuring
lipanconjuring
11 years ago

Telling Ghosts, Horizons, & Toma sound awesome. I’m excited to hear the full album.

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