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Just a quick update – I’ve finished some of the recording on 2009, and it includes some instrumentals by Gary Green on the acoustic guitar, and Jennifer Davis on the piano. Also some Christian songwriting with a message, and a piano solo by me and music editor Betty Wade. Maybe you want to sample some of it.
I am also working on a 80’s new wave soundtrack. I really love music from the 80’s and my father is an 80’s metal fan, so it is fun to mix together all these rock touches, along with good old mixing magic, with pumping elements from the 80’s genres – synthpop, hard rock, and new wave.

I have been working on my other song which also has been titled “2017” I wrote this song the other day while sitting in the swamp water with my mind on 2008. I have also added some good harmonies.

You can listen to this track here:

If you are having any problems listening to this song I suggest you check my forum for more info on how to use it.

As always, thanks for listening. I really appreciate your support and feedback.

I really hope you have a good day and look forward to hearing from you soon!

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Make it stop! When the era began in the United States, with a high Unemployment rate, the country was a paradoxical nightmare. Its innovative industries were defeated by greedy firms, and its people were being dismantled as a higher part of the cost of production. The “gospel” became more than ever a “commodity”, marketed as drugs, guarantees and ideas, all sold with a frenzy of deceit, manipulation and advertising. The tension between the wealthy and the impoverished, the elite and the rest of the population, was becoming an extreme bloody nightmare, but this was not the gala celebration of the triumph of postmodernity. An omnipresent television media, rushed to send every dream to the middle of the night, urged the Americans to begin to live only in a rush and a frenzy, to spend their lives acquiring and consuming in real time, and the spirit of the economy was growing in a social cancer. The state, nourished by certain sectors, started to control the entire economic system. Political inequality was the business of many


Vincent Underground Spotlight: Tyler Winward

Vincent Underground Spotlight: Tyler Winward

Vincent Underground Spotlight: Tyler Winward

Tyler Winward is a young drummer from Austin, Texas who has been playing since he was around 3 years old. He joined the band, “Tattoo” when he was 10 years old and he has been playing ever since. Well, he is almost done touring with them, but he is focusing on his art and to do what he loves. He is constantly involved in bands, both in the studio and on stage.
More About Vincent Underground:
In the early 90’s, people started calling me the “underground drummer”. I couldn’t figure that out because I didn’t feel like I was underground. I was just staying in my room, playing the drums, listening to Genesis and punk rock, and enjoying life. Then I joined a band called “Ry and the Tyrants”. We were like the first Genesis cover band in history. A couple years after that, I moved to Austin, TX and I met my wife (Stephanie) and we had a kid. When it came to getting a band together, I called some people I knew from high school and said, “Hey man, I’m in a band with my wife, we’re looking for a singer and a guitarist and we have a song. Any leads?” I played drums, and BrandonWidel and I met at a couple of parties. I went to his house one night after playing a couple of gigs, and he had a record of R.E.M. And he was like, “Check this out”. And I was like, “Yeah, that’s pretty good.” It was “Everybody Hurts”. And then that led to the band, Bodyjar. We started recording and putting stuff out, and touring. We even toured with, “R.E.M.” We did shows with them, and were opening for them, and also for, “The Smiths”, and “Garbage” on their tours. After Bodyjar, I started playing with The Lesbians. I met them on the internet, and got invited to join. I was an adult man going around calling myself a “lesbian drummer”. They were my first band ever. We had a couple compilations, and it lead to me playing with other bands. In Austin, TX is the “Triple Door”. It’s just a little bar with about 200 people in