This edition includes an insert designed by James Chia Han Lee, based on the original lyric booklet and a selection of the hand-cut covers from the first three editions. Cassettes are red or turqoise and stamped with white ink, and the cover includes a sticker created with a typewriter. This is an edition of 50 but efforts will be made to keep this cassette in stock more-or-less indefinitely.
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Field recording ("Shitstream at Intersection") taken at intersection of Muskoka Rd 3 North and Highway 60 in Huntsville, Ontario, on July 1st, 2010 in the early evening, using a clunky EIKI 5030 dictation machine.
Song recorded in the backyard in Huntsville on July 2nd, 2010. Outro recorded in basement later that night, using Jake's keyboard (a then-recent gift from grandmother).
i believe what i believe 'cause i'm told to
you believe what you believe 'cause you're told to
now, who do you believe:
the ones who told me
or who told you?
i figured by now that you must have
found some god to put all your trust in
but even if he's real
his golden cathedrals
it's hard finding a god
and i'd like to believe that he's risen
but bibles bend light like a prism
and although its rays
bounce all over the place
so you could put god on a shelf
put all of your faith in yourself
but you're only a man
damn it, all of your plans
go to hell
it's hard being your own god
i believe what i believe 'cause i'm born to
you believe what you believe 'cause you're born to
and we go our own ways
but can we really