CULTRA

by RHYB

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This is my second release, with a decidedly more neo-prog, high octane slant!

My inspirations for this track include Frost*, Threshold, Marillion, It Bites, Rush, IQ, and Enchant.

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released January 23, 2017

Composed by Rhys Andrews
Guitars, Vocals, and Arrangements by Rhys Andrews

Recorded at home
CULTRA Mixed and Mastered at Queens Road Studio
Illustration by Tyson Roberts

Special thanks to Jamie Rees and Joseph Ross

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RHYB NSW, Australia

Aspiring prog rock songwriter from the Blue Mountains, Australia.

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Track Name: CULTRA
Lighting up the coastline,
Exposing the truth to our sheltered lives
The meek are churned like butter
Then fed the smear on our knives

How can I sit here and wonder
About love and money and things?
How can I starve while there are mouths to feed?

Just sit back and listen
To that cacophony
That's our new identity

No more exploration
Nothing left to see
Cultural singularity

Complex identity complex
His story history
Inside yearning for a simpler time
Living in an ultra culture

Four pillars crumbling down
Markets disappearing
Governments function in fear
As kings drop their crown

Fearful heart and a hateful eye
Lock out friends like you and I

Look down to our own soil
And see we’re standing on graves

Then there’s talk of mass extinction
Can nobody be saved at all?

Just sit back and listen
To that cacophony
That's our new identity

No more love and mercy
Nothing left for free
Our Earth fallen to its knees

Just sit back and listen
To that new harmony
That's our new identity

No more condemnation
Scarred earth or crimson seas
We’ll live through all eternity