Apocalyptopotamus

by Rich Restaino & the Obits

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What is Apocalyptopotamus? That's not for me to decide. All I know for certain is that it doesn't smell very good. It lingers around long after its welcome, and it's always having troubles with money. It forgets birthdays, sleeps with your ex, and greets you always with a plastic smile and napalm breath. Yes, Apocalyptopotamus is many things--this collection of five songs, for instance.

Songs about the end of the day, the end of dreams, the end of friendships, the end of life, the end of empires.

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released October 31, 2015

Written by R.F. Restaino © 2015 Dick Frank Music (ASCAP)
Produced by Rich Restaino
Recorded and mixed at the Choirpit, Austin, TX in Summer, 2015

Rich: electric guitar, synths, lead vocals (plus drums, bass, mandolin, melodica on "Songs for Dying Empires")
Dave Wylie: drums
Lee Humphries: bass
Hunt Wellborn: electric guitar
Amy Blackard: backing vocals, violin
Sara Shansky: backing vocals
Elizabeth Ivey: backing vocals, melodica

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