2004 recorded hopelessly guitarish epic dot-rock track. Explicitly Demo.
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Alternate version that is based on the original song concept in 2003, where a first demo was recorded. Polished up strange pop version, which will not be featured on the forthcoming album.
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Perhaps the most experimental track on 'Head and the Chainsaw', standing out with its weird harmonics and out-of-tune-elements.
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Opening track of the 'Head and the Chainsaw'-Album, setting the scene with cold electronics.
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Final production of the song, that can be found on the album. Very clean and traditional pop, with various wave references.
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Mostly electronic track with some backup guitars. 2nd track of the 'Head and the chainsaw'-album.
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The original track has been featured on the 'Head and the Chainsaw'-Album. This alternate version is much less baked and brings even a small buttered slice of jazz.
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Another Demotrack out of the treasurebox. Version 7 of TGO was slower than the final version and has all in all slightly more transparence than the maxed out albumtrack.
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Early productional version of the 'Head and the chainsaw'-track, slower, less organized but featuring the chorus which didn't make it into the final mix - neither did the birds and the bees and the blue vocals... :)