Carbon Dated

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How to deal with the impossible? While tunnels are being dug under a city for a new metro line, dinosaur bones are discovered. A paleontologist is brought to investigate, and the situation reminds her of an old affair which began in a tube station and ended suddenly.
The bones are carbon dated and proved to be only 50 years old. Meanwhile her former lover's heart is revealed as being 1 million years of age.

lyrics

The subway wasn't needed
as the city wasn't builded
and the people washed their bodies
in the cool dark streams
and it was the dogs
who dug for bones

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from moresongs, released July 20, 2013
Adrienne Thomas: string orchestra, percussion
John Allen: trombone
Harlan Cockburn: words, vocals, instruments

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harefield Budapest, Hungary

moresongs is the follow up to somesongs by virtual band harefield. The album is made up of very many small audio samples created by people in Hungary and Britain, none of whom knew how their contributions would be used. The end result sounds rock-like, but with an experimental twist. The words are mainly English, with a little Hungarian thrown in. ... more

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