Good Enough for Jazz

by Warpicks

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released September 19, 2014

Warpicks is:
Jannik Valerius Korsvold: guitars, vocals
Markus A. Skjærstad: guitars
Armin Koshyar Amiri: bass
Gjermund Førland Berg: drums

Additional musicians:
Henrik Langlie Sandsmark: didgeridoo on Backyard

Recorded at Stable Studios in Oslo, Norway with Anders Gjertsen
Produced by Warpicks
Mixed & Mastered by Jannik Valerius Korsvold
Album Artwork by Jannik Valerius Korsvold


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Track Name: World of Fire
Pale skin, almost one with the sky
When we met in the midst of a cold July
Eager touch, as though all we've known shall die

Oh, Sonmi
was all about the living
But when she opened her eyes
her mind went straight to the dead

We were born in a world of fire
Jaded by an intense desire
to have it all, but to never need to know what's going on
behind the door

Like rust in a sky of iron
Mesmerizing voice like a siren
Like a venom, slowly, deadly, silent

Oh, Sonmi
She talks about the living
But when she closes her mouth
her mind goes straight to the dead
Track Name: Exit Point
He was standing at the edge of
a moonscape pocked with snow
Acres of thin air before him
and a forest down below

She was bouncin' off the guardrail,
juiced enough for two
But it never dawned upon me
I would be crashing too

Crash and burn
Not my turn

She said to me she used to know a guy
She wasn't gonna dive
I pushed her off the bridge and waved goodbye

from the sky
I don't know how I got here
and I don't know the reason why
I'm falling
to the ground
Where will I land this time around
And will I be found

While the cause is at present
shrouded and unclear
Fingers point at the problem,
recreating the frontier

Exit point
Know no fear