How Many Padmes Hum?

by Zen Mantra

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Intro 03:53
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Cloudgazer 03:00
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Verse One: Wake up Sally What'cha still doing in bed? (La la la la la, la la la la la) F*** off I'm sleeping Though I'd rather be dead (La la la la la, la la la la la) Hey now Sally Why you acting so depressed? (La la la la la, la la la la la) Cus' I hate my job, my husband and my kids (La la la la la, la la la la la) Verse Two: Wake up Sally What'cha still doing in bed? (La la la la la, la la la la la) She didn't answer back So I tapped her on the back of her head (La la la la la, la la la la la) I looked to the left and what did I see? (La la la la la, la la la la la) An empty pill bottle Staring back at me (La la la la la, la la la la la) Coda: Twenty-four hours Seven days a week At least I've got a flat screen And an ensuite
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Soothsayer 03:51
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Fossils 02:34
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Sakura 02:06
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Change 03:51
Verse(s): Heavy eyes I haven't slept in days Delirious I've got to make a change Bags are packed The plane is on it's way I just can't wait to get away I just can't wait to get away Take a seat On the window side Take a breath Take me for a ride Close my eyes The plane is on it's way I just can't wait to get away I just can't wait to get away Chorus: I don't have to wait and see If the weather brightens up for me Go somewhere it's sunny everyday I don't have to wait for things to change
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Cassette available over at the Crash Symbols bandcamp.

"Thankfully, someone out there discovered drugs. Or, rather, they borrowed a load of their dad's psychedelic records. Now, fronted by Tame Impala, the lo-fi, kaleidoscopic scene out in Australasia is booming. Zen Mantra, the project of 17-year-old bedroom producer, Sam Perry, is the latest enrollment into the continents already stella alumni" - Noisey (UK)

"The bedroom project of 17-year-old New Zealander Sam Perry brings to mind everything that made Gross Magic so exciting a few years back. His songs are riff-laden beasts packed with anthemic choruses" - NME

"Much like its name would lead you to believe, 'La La La La La' will entrance you from the get-go, providing a melody that seems familiar and will cause increasingly enthusiastic hum-a-longs with each listen." -Earmilk

"With How Many Padmes Hum?, Perry has produced an impressive set of songs, cohesive and creative. It’s refreshing when the content of a bedroom-produced LP can outshine commercial efforts..." -Under the Radar

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released January 28, 2013

Written, recorded and mixed by Sam Perry (With the exception of the verse bass line in 'Soothsayer', which was written by Steven Marr)

Mastered by Kody Nielson

Thanks to Elspeth Odum for guest backing vocals on 'Soothsayer' and 'Cloudgazer'

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