Quadrapop

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released September 3, 1996

QUADRAPOP:
Nate Butler: bass guitar, lead vocals
John W. Koontz: drums, vocals
Tom Magill: keyboards, vocals
Randy Zamorski: electric & acoustic guitars, vocals

Basic tracks recorded at Got The Shit Studios, Fresno CA, on March 18 & 19, 1996; engineered by Fresno Cruz. Cleanup and additional tracks recorded at WolfSound, Fresno CA, on August 9, 1996. Engineered by Dave Norris and Peter Wolf. Mixed by Peter Wolf and Quadrapop at WolfSound on September 3, 1996.

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Nate Butler is an artist, actor, musician, and singer/songwriter from Fresno, California, USA.

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Track Name: Break Out The Bones
BREAK OUT THE BONES - words & music by Nate Butler
Sure, I gave up it all
Still, I can't believe that I bought a voodoo doll
But grant this wish, and I will believe
I believe

Break out the bones, You want a girl, you got her
Break out the bones, To keep you up at night
Break out the bones, So young when she died
Just send me one that's alive, then it would be alright

Young and pure she was
A footfall at the door, see what the magic does?
But I don't know when it will begin again
I believe

Break out the bones, You want a girl, you got her
Break out the bones, To keep you up at night
Break out the bones, So young when she died
Just send me one that's alive, then it would be alright

Hang my head in shame
A voice in the dark says, "I can hear you complain.
But if you weren't sure, what did you ask me for?!"
I believe

Break out the bones, You want a girl, you got her
Break out the bones, To keep you up at night
Break out the bones, So young when she died
Just send me one that's alive, then it would be alright
('Cause I don't wanna know how they die)
Just send me one that's alive, then it would be alright
That would make me feel alright
Track Name: Already Gone
ALREADY GONE - words & music by Nate Butler
So I was headin' out to the coast anyway, and she seemed nice enough, so I said, "Sure, we'll leave at eight." She showed up two hours late and brought along all of her tapes so that she could play D.J. all the way to San Jose.

She's got to hear one song again and again; it never seemed so long
And I'm already gone

So we heard one song for about eighty miles! She wasn't my dream girl or anything but she did promise certain favors; like, she'd let me read her authentic collection of Flash comic books; you know, the guy on D.C.

She wants to die, wants me to care, and still makes me feel like I'm not there
And I'm already gone

She says, "Bye bye, wanna thank you for the ride,
But if you wanna stay, we can waste another day like today;
You need a getaway!"
And I'm already gone

I'm not an asshole. I just like having a little space to myself, y'know? So if you call me on the phone, leave a message.
I'm not around; I just headed out.
And I'm already gone
Track Name: Messiah
MESSIAH - Words by Nate Butler, music by Tom Magill. Lead vocal by Tom Magill.
There is someone in the way, long of hair and eyes of grey
Make a path and clear the way along
Everybody's gonna wait, just to see how long it takes
His disciples put me down: "You won't amount to anything,
No, we don't want your kind in town
For only we can know a king"
Well, that's the way they make it sound

Everybody's own messiah has another point of view
Everybody's gonna die and when they leave they take a part of you

Have we all descended from a couple naked, blind, and dumb
To want to learn and rise above it all?
And if magic is the devil's work, then did he create the earth?
Asked it once and all I heard: "You won't amount to anything,
No, we don't want your kind in town;
For only we can know a king.
Your open mind, we'll close it down," and

Everybody's own messiah has another point of view
Everybody's gonna die and when they leave they take a part of
Everybody's own messiah has another point of view
Everybody's gonna die and I believe they take a part of you
Track Name: The Lonely Hall
THE LONELY HALL - Words by Nate Butler, music by Tom Magill
I believe that I can go further than what I feel in my body below
When I think I'm one of a million, don't ask me how I know
I broke away to create it, made a hole to get all I could breathe
So hard to believe that I made it, so hard to relief
But I don't mind

What if it all descends or falls upon us all?
Because everybody takes a walk down Lonely Hall

I know that her father forbade her to give, but how long does it take
To know why I never forgave her, and why I lie awake?
When I don't mind

What if it all descends or falls upon us all?
Because everybody takes a walk down Lonely Hall

I know what you think of this passion of mine: a mistake, but then it's mine to make
If I make it good, you're in fashion to ask me for a date
Well, take it, I don't mind

What if it all descends or falls upon us all?
Because everybody takes a walk down Lonely Hall
See how it feels; tell me what you know, ha ha ha!
See how I broke my woe, and how I make a home where I'm not alone in Lonely Hall
No, I'm not alone in Lonely Hall