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Addled

by Trapper Robbins

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    A tragically bold, lyrically unstuck, and unjustifiably confident collection of original alt rock performances.

    (c)2009 Trapper Robbins www.RandomHandful.com

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Whelming Praise For "Addled":

“Oh my”
“Tense but pretty”
“This is what happens when there’s no adult supervision!”
“This stuff is either seriously deep or profoundly shallow.”
“If these songs didn’t already exist, it would be necessary to invent them.”
“This can’t have been what you had in mind…”
“Well, at least you didn’t over think it.”
“Confusion. Enticement. Despair. Joy. Repeat.”
“This one is clearly better.”

Trapper continues his compelling foray into progressive rock with the Addled album. Nervous guitar leads, grooveful instrumentals, searing synths, tasty bass, unpredictable song structure, questionable lyrics, unyielding percussion, notable strummability, calming pianos, and disturbing vocals. Based in emotion, not intellect; there is a natural sense of honesty to these songs.

There is strife
There is grief
There is sleep that always comes as a relief
There is shine
There is turbulence
And always there is time.
(from Clan Destiny)

My skull? My skull is a trap of doubtful content…
(from Greetings To The Weak)

To boldly go where fools rush in…
trapper

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released May 1, 2009

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Trapper Robbins Seattle, Washington

Creative song structure, absorbing vocals, distinctive elements of indie fusion, compelling down-temp grooves.

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