So today I release into the wild another creation of my bizarre and mildly twisted mind. The fourth official release and the third full length album by Lt. Snorkel (who is me) is now available as a free download for one and all to enjoy.
The album, which I have titled "Mistakes I Made On Purpose," features 39 minutes of music in 11 tracks. A couple of which you may have heard before (although the album version of Thursday is significantly different than the preview version in some ways), but most of them are wholly new to you.
Some tracks are humorous, like "A J-Rock Song" and my cover of Sarah Brightman/Hot Gossip's "I Lost My Heart To A Starship Trooper," while other tracks, like "Doubt," are totally serious. Comedy comes more easily to me than serious does as I can't help but feel pretentious when it comes to writing "normal" lyrics.
...whatever normal is.
This album also has a few more instrumental tracks than the previous release, Four Vagabonds and a Goat, did - five instead of two. "Four Vagabonds..." had fewer comedic songs too though, so I consider "Mistakes..." to be a bit of a return to my musical roots.
Do I even have musical roots? Eh, whatever.
In any case, you should download Mistakes I Made On Purpose, put it on your personal music player of choice, and listen to it on repeat. Seriously. It will make you feel better. I know I didn't do any music videos for the last album, and I don't know I'm going to do any for this one either. Mostly I just don't have a good idea for any of them at the moment, so it's just sort of how things go.