Here written by Bruce Cummings. Shake It Off written by Taylor Swift, Max Martin and Shellback. Vicious written by Lou Reed. Empire State music by Bruce Cummings and lyrics by Ian Cummings. Shimmer written by Martin Whitehead (originally performed by The Flatmates).
A new full-length Walmartians collection for 2015:
Performed and recorded by Walmartians. All songs written by BDCummings except A Hummingbird World written by BDCummings and IDCummings. Recorded and mixed in Chicago, New York, London, Beijing and Fukuoka.
There With You is for my family. Owl & Panda is for Grace, Ben and Warren. 9090909 is a bit of a reworking of 909, which originally appeared on the 909 2 1504 EP. The Age Of Smoke was inspired by and is dedicated to Beijing.
Cover image of Terminal 3 at the Beijing Capital International Airport.
A collection of tracks that originally took shape during the recording of “Fractures.”
Today, Tomorrow and Thereafter (3:00)
All songs performed and recorded by Walmartians at Down Brown Sound, Evanston, IL. Mixed at 32,000 feet on UA 851 somewhere over Russia. All songs written by BDCummings. Today, Tomorrow and Thereafter is for Angela. Cover image by accident.
The new Walmartians collection is titled “Fractures.”
Fracture I (1:56)
The Progression of Ice (3:29)
This Thing I Read (3:01)
Wooden Worm (3:04)
Punching Stossel (2:09)
Fracture II (2:03)
Factory ’63 Dubfeaturing Caterpillar (3:55)
Hounslow West (2:30)
Fracture III (2:08)
National Integration No. 10 (2:36)
We Have A Place For You (3:15)
Fracture IV (4:15)
Grey Returns (3:11)
Friends of Mutual Recognition (2:00)
Fracture V (1:42)
Winter Twilight Fade (5:04)
Performed, recorded and mixed by Walmartians at Down Brown Sound, Evanston, Illinois and at various cafes in Beijing, China. All songs written by BD Cummings except “Factory ’63 Dub” by BD and ID Cummings (aka Caterpillar). Thanks to Ian and Colin for inspiring a new collection of Walmartians material. Also thanks to Nick, Steve, Darin, and Rob. Cover image taken somewhere in Arkansas.