Bruno Pronsato presents Momentum Of The Farce

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    A. Metal
    B. Momentum Of The Farce (Live Version)

    A. Written by Gary Numan.
    Additional Writing by Bruno Pronsato.
    Produced by Bruno Pronsato.

    B. Written & Produced by Bruno Pronsato.

    Bass Guitar by David Ford
    Mastered by Mike Grinser at Manmade Mastering, Berlin.

    Artwork by Marilyn Thompson.

    "Over the course of our lives, I've found it helps to identify with some gesture in history or pop culture to make one's actions seem somehow relevant. My pop-historical spirit animal, so to speak, has always been Gary Numan in this snapshot of studio toil. I still feel that the sleek, mechanic sex appeal of 'Metal' is seductive, so, for the A-side, I decided to take the basics from the Numan's track (bass line, synth) and transform them into my darker, drone driven style. Wave of nostalgia - 20 again, but with groomed hair and a room full of speakers I couldn't afford then.

    On the B-side, 'Momentum of the Farce,' strikes a different chord. I look at it as a contribution to post EDM - whatever that means . While making it, I imagined myself playing live to 20 people - the 20 people who appreciate a sunrise at the party but simultaneously enjoy the thought of going home. Though this version differs from that on the album, the two still share a touch of sadness and, say, optimism--sunlight glancing off the chrome wreckage of fast cars."

    Bruno Pronsato.
    October 2013.

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    Special Mix by Bruno Pronsato to celebrate the first Archangel release:
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"Over the course of our lives, I've found it helps to identify with some gesture in history or pop culture to make one's actions seem somehow relevant. My pop-historical spirit animal, so to speak, has always been Gary Numan in this snapshot of studio toil. I still feel that the sleek, mechanic sex appeal of 'Metal' is seductive, so, for the A-side, I decided to take the basics from the Numan's track (bass line, synth) and transform them into my darker, drone driven style. Wave of nostalgia - 20 again, but with groomed hair and a room full of speakers I couldn't afford then.

On the B-side, 'Momentum of the Farce,' strikes a different chord. I look at it as a contribution to post EDM - whatever that means . While making it, I imagined myself playing live to 20 people - the 20 people who appreciate a sunrise at the party but simultaneously enjoy the thought of going home. Though this version differs from that on the album, the two still share a touch of sadness and, say, optimism--sunlight glancing off the chrome wreckage of fast cars."

Bruno Pronsato.
October 2013.

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released 15 December 2013

'Metal' Written by Gary Numan.
Additional Writing by Bruno Pronsato.
Produced by Bruno Pronsato.

'Momentum Of The Farce (Live Version)'
Written & Produced by Bruno Pronsato.

Mastered by Mike Grinser at Manmade Mastering, Berlin.

Artwork by Marilyn Thompson.

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Track Name: Metal
We're in the building where they make us grow
And I'm frightened by the liquid engineers
Like you

My mallory heart is sure to fail
I could crawl around the floor just like I'm real
Like you

The sound of metal
I want to be you
I should learn to be a man
Like you

Plug me in
And turn me on
Oh, everything is moving

I need my treatment it's tomorrow they send me
Singing I am an American
Do you?

Picture this, if I could make the change
I'd love to pull the wires from the wall
Did you?

And who are you
And how can I try
Here inside I like metal
Don't you

All I know
Is no one dies
I'm still confusing love with need