We released this split with the help and artistic contributions of Chris Clavin, who was outed in 2017 for abuse and sexual assault. Consequently, we have cut all ties with PIX. When it comes to this split, it hasn't been clear whether the more accountable choice would be (a) remove all trace of this split from the internet, or (b) keep it around for transparency's sake. Then this fall, we received a bunch of CDs of that split that were never sold, which we could've destroyed. Instead, we're going to sell them for $10 and donate all income to a variety of public and anonymous survivor funds, such as www.gofundme.com/anonymous-survivor-fund. We hope that this can be a concrete form of mutual aid. If you have a suggestion of funds to donate toward, please send us a message -- note that Ramshackle Glory is an anarchist project which has typically avoided funding for-profit and non-profit organizations. For more information: www.facebook.com/ramshackleglory/posts/1547150671995052 .
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When I was a young man, I lived in New England. I was sleeping on porches. Well, okay, I guess I weren't really sleeping. Officer, I know where we're going by the way the cuffs shine. Hell, sometimes, home is any place that's dry. Any place that's dry. I was working on Main Street, washing rich people's dishes. Get off, have some drinks with the waiters, fall asleep under county bridges. It was cold, it was wet, I would have sworn to you it was fine. Hell, sometimes, home is any place you find. Any place you find. A little bit older I moved across the country, running from old habits. Well, okay, I was running from most things. I swear that the desert's going to be the end of me when I look in your eyes. Hell, sometimes, I think home's wherever you die. Any place you die.
Thanks. It means allot to me in my own way. Probably not in the same way you intended it to mean- but I take what I can. I'm not a good person either but Fuck it. "I am what I am and that's all that I am." - Popeye the sailor man. mysticblur
I found Days N' Daze right at the end of a long term relationship falling apart into a toxic mess. This album really helped me get through it. Call in the Coroner in particular was on repeat many days. Thanks for the tunes y'all! Tribar