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      By BrendanClay
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      Within, you'll hear some newer pieces; you'll hear some that I had stashed away for such an opportunity. Each track has moved me or has made me feel something.

      It's melodic, it's moody and if I've done my job correctly; you'll be taken on a journey for next 80 minutes or so.

      I really hope you dig this one.


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      : Tracklisting:
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