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A Form of Truth

by Mark Guiliana

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Jonathan Pryor
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Jonathan Pryor Had to have. I must have everything else. I've been fortunate enough to see Marks electro shows twice pre-Covid. So looking forward to seeing him again. The funny thing to me about this album is how it seems to be a mixture of all Marks influences. even though it's essentially electronic. i LOVE IT! Favorite track: That Girl in Stockholm.
tiluriso
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tiluriso i love this album, because of the great playing, original concept and style and compositions, creative arrangements and especially so because of the song 'HEERNT'. A masterpiece of hauntingly dark, circular harmonic beauty and intricately precise rhythmic patterns. Aural Ecstasy.
Christopher Musial
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Christopher Musial Such a cool bass line on this track. Gets me every time.

Insanely talented drummer. He keeps the crazy chops at bay for the most part, but when he lets loose, it gets nasty! Favorite track: You're My Hero.
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Brian 05:08
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Theodore 02:19
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HIT 04:26
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HEERNT 02:55
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Standby 03:33
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T.I.E. 02:09
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released April 9, 2013

Produced by Meshell Ndegeocello, Zach Danziger, and Mark Guiliana.

Recorded by Steve Wall at Gardentone, Brooklyn, NY.
Mixed and mastered by Zach Danziger in NYC.

Mark Guiliana - drums, electronics
Tim Lefebvre - electric bass
Neal Persiani - electric bass
Aaron Dugan - guitar
Nir Felder - guitar
Jeff Taylor - vocals
Jason Lindner - keyboards
David Binney - alto saxophone
Mike Severson - guitar, electric bass
Meshell Ndegeocello - electric bass

All songs written by Mark Guiliana [HEERNT Music, BMI]

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Mark Guiliana New York, New York

"What happens when you add hard bop drum masters Elvin Jones and Art Blakey to a 1980s Roland 808 drum machine, divide the result by J Dilla and then multiply to the power of Squarepusher?

Answer: Mark Guiliana."

- Time Out London
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