Law of One (Part Two)

by The Black Hundred

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TO BUY 'LAW OF ONE (PART TWO)' PLEASE VISIT POLYGLOT RECORDS: polyglotrecords.bandcamp.com/album/law-of-one-part-two

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R E V I E W S || What The Critics Are Saying!!


"The Black Hundred ringleader, James McGauran weaves another satisfying collection of unexpected sounds as mysterious and compelling as the Scandinavian landscapes in which it was recorded and hinted at on the cover artwork"

— Martin Kennedy
ALL INDIA RADIO


"A journey through the mind, changing, expanding and encompassing of various genres to become the thought process of the listener"

— Tracy Perry
EXPANSION OF PRESENCE RADIO SHOW


"Dark, Dusty and Dreamy Widescreen Cinematic... The album predicts its own future. It's grooves sounding already bled white. One to overplay"

— Craig M
NEW WEIRD PLANET


"This Is a superb work of art, full of variety, suspense, beautiful production and epic tunes. Every facet of what qualifies for being a good producer is explored, and this album is an example of what can be achieved when you delve into yourself."

— Keith Whitham, §WIRED§ RADIO SHOW


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released May 19, 2017

C R E D I T S || © 2017 James McGauran

All songs, lyrics, arrangements, sounds and instruments: James McGauran, except where noted.

'Dream Alone' - Speech sample from George Orwell: A Life in Pictures. BBC Television 2003.

'I Think About It Sometimes' - Remixed by Microchip Junky (John Peacey)

'Orwell' - Remixed by Walter Fini; Original drums - Michael Bodnarcuk; Violin, Viola - Andrew Watson

'Death of the Physical…' - Additional drum programming - Andrew McLaughlin; Speech sample - Alan Watts

Cover Art:
'To Have and Have Not' by Ellen Jantzen. Used with permission.

Link: www.ellenjantzen.com

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T H A N K S ||

Massive thanks to Troy Masters and the E-Con family, James Cain, John Peacey, Walter Fini, Liza Nicklin, Keith Whitham, Adam Casey, Andrew McLaughlin, Daniel Bodnarcuk, Marcin Zablocki, David Charles, Bart Kowalski, Henri Sizaret, and everyone that has offered support, listened and given feedback throughout the making of the album; and my Patrons on Patreon: James Cain, Keith Richie, Bart Kowalski, Katrina Zablocki, and Andrew McLaughlin.

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L I N K S ||

Bandcamp: theblackhundred.bandcamp.com
Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/theblackhundred
Patreon: www.patreon.com/mcgauz

"Dedicated to Mum."

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The Black Hundred Gothenburg, Sweden

Law of One (Part Two) is OUT NOW - ONLY at polyglotrecords.bandcamp.com

The Black Hundred is a studio-based project from Australian musician James McGauran now located in Gothenburg, Sweden utilising a rock background and electronic production for a variety of ambient, post-rock, electronic, industrial and darkwave sounds.

Please support me on Patreon: www.patreon.com/mcgauz
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Track Name: To Learning Experiences
...and I loved you more than words can say

believe in nothing
selling lies for comfort
lessons learned and any peace earned still give way for grief

I'm learning always these shadows don't stay
shine a light and don't forget the way
Track Name: Orwell (Walter Fini 2017 Remix)
old scars, new fears
bones in the foundations
cries in the subconscious
a crumbling of nations
a plan for surveillance
people so easily divided
their voices silenced
old paradigms, retired
here are your crumbling ruins
the ashes fall through your fingers as the fear builds
don't let it take hold
overcome - choose love

I see the old world falling
and no one's about to shed a tear
your ideas need reforming
more of love and less of fear
Track Name: Tremendum
I am wondering
have I lost my way
when the darkness prevails
you can feel adrift and drowning

we are all a part of the great tremendum
we all search in vain
but the mystery remains

you are my focus
(and to here I am drawn)
you keep me focused

if in my search I have found
has given me one thing
it is the door to you
escape from drowning
when I enter the room
I come straight for you
you keep me focused
(when the mystery does fade)
you are my focus