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Honey In The Chemicals (2003)

by Philip B. Price

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Soren Bartek Love these songs, Philip. I don't know how you are able to write so many melodic tunes one after another. Other than AC Newman no one else is doing this. Elliott Smith and Mark Linkous (rip both) were masters at this as well.
Anyway, thanks for giving me more intelligent guitar based pop rock to savor. Seems to be a dying genre.
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Philip: "13 Songs and Honey were made in one big rush of writing and recording during this 2 year period. In my mind they aren’t really separated from each other; more like a 2 chapter novella.

"Much like 13 Songs, this was another unfinished-sounding album to me. Not as rushed as '13', but i was eager to follow up on what I thought were the weaknesses of '13' that this one was almost as hurried. More ambitious and cohesive, but still frustrated me.

"Like I did with '13', I've added real instruments where there were previously shitty synth basses and inferior drum samples, etc. Remixed on much better gear. Arrangement ideas fleshed out that were just hinted at before. This to my ear is the real version of the album."

Recorded in Easthampton, MA.
Additional parts Hadley, MA at the Boomerang Ranch.

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released November 1, 2003

Remixed by Philip, in 2016-2017 at the Boomerang Ranch.
Mastered by Dan Richardson.

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Philip B. Price Northampton, Massachusetts

Philip B. Price is currently the frontman for Winterpills (2004-) in addition to his solo music. Before that, he was the voice of NY-based art-rock band Memorial Garage (1987-1989), made 12 solo albums (1988-2004), fronted power-pop acolytes The Maggies (1993-2002). ... more

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