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Genres: Industrial, Electronic, Alt-Rock
Tags: Edm, New Wave, 80s, Rock, Guitar, Progressive, Glitch

© 2015. All Rights Reserved
More than a year ago, after a jam session with a friend, I created a demo for the song that eventually would become One-Way Glass. Sixteen project files and twice as many mixes later, it's done.

Lyrics:
I just want to disappear
No one in the window, dear
Cut my hair and douse the flame
No one's gonna know my name

We run around down city streets
Around the corners
Where the edges of our memories meet
I watch us fade into the black
Like a house on fire
Porch lights alive like wire
And I want to plate the skies
Silver like the space behind my (eyes)

I just want to disappear
No one in the window, dear
Cut my hair and douse the flame
No one's gonna know my name

Tonight

I run around inside my head
Rewinding scenery
And the holes in every word you said
I hear your voice in every crack
Like a whip and wire
Stage lights and bootleg fire
And I want to paint my lies
Silver like the space behind my (eyes)

I just want to disappear
No one in the window, dear
Cut my hair and douse the flame
No one's gonna know my name

Oh, I just want to disappear
No one in the window, dear
Cut my hair and douse the flame
No one's gonna know my name
Oh, I

I run around inside my head
Inside my head

I just want to disappear
No one in the window, dear
Cut my hair and douse the flame
No knows me
No one knows my name

I hear your voice inside my head

I just want to disappear
No one in the window, dear
Cut my hair and douse the flame
No one's gonna know my name

Stream: 128 kbps, 44 kHz (joint stereo)
Download: 320.0 kbps, 44 kHz (joint stereo), 12.36 MB
Playing time (m:ss): 5:24
Date uploaded: Jun 06, 2015, 10:00 EDT Show more info
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Ian Marquis for “One-Way Glass”:
Ominous!!! Very mature beat. Seems like you are really continuing to develop your craft.

Vintage Marquis -- who is this girl on the track?

Big fan of the guitar outro as well.

Did you ever get your stuff out to the college radio station?
-S
 Jun 06, 2015, 11:25 EDT
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
It's pretty cool, because this way everyone can make ads, not just 'businesses'. Ads are great, when everyone can make them! And the price is right, too!
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Ian Marquis 
I love that ad credits can be used to buy works AND buy ads - so, the community can operate without cash if that's what people want to do. Or, they can use money. Versatility is a good thing!
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
I could not agree more, and some people don't have PayPal, some people don't have cash, but this way anyone with a computer can earn credits and even create them. Three ways -- making new connections by giving feedback on the frontpage (which expands the credit base); having Ads show next to your work (you earn 100% of the credits for that!) And like you said, sales, for which you earn 100% of the transfer, no PayPal fee. Couldn't agree more; diversity is a very good thing!
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Ian Marquis 
I just noticed that the album payment options aren't quite as robust as the track ones (you can't set a "pay your own amount" for the whole set; no credits price or option). Is that a planned feature?
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