The Hot Place Celebrates World Goth Day 5​/​22​/​13​-​Petals of Ruin EP​-​$​5 Benefit for The Sophie Lancaster Foundation

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This special download of "Petals of Ruin/Petals (Reprise)" is in celebration of World Goth Day, May 22nd, 2013-and every year beyond.

The download is no longer free, however all of the funds raised will go to support The Sophie Lancaster Foundation: www.sophielancasterfoundation.com

"Goth Day is a day where the goth scene gets to celebrate it's own being, and an opportunity to make its presence known to the rest of the world. It all started off as 'Goth Day' just in the UK back in 2009, but the following year we decided to push the idea across the globe.Get your Goth on Worldwide Every Day for a Year!"

PLEASE VISIT: www.worldgothday.com to read more about the event and to support World Goth Day.

About The Hot Place:

Lisa King has completed her debut album The Language of Birds. She calls her group The Hot Place. Inseparable from her Mosrite bass guitar, she also played a steamer trunk of vintage guitars & analog synthesizers. She co-produced the album with The Swimming Pool Q’s’ Jeff Calder at Southern Tracks Recording in Atlanta. Also featuring Mike Lynn and Robert Schmid & special guest guitarist Richard Lloyd of Television.

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released May 22, 2013

Produced by: Lisa King & Jeff Calder
Recording Engineers: Steve Morrison, Tom Tapley, & C.J. Ridings at Southern Tracks and Lisa King at No Big Wheel Studios, Atlanta GA.
Assistant Engineers: CJ Ridings, Daniel Pope, Darren Tablan, and Steven Kaiser
Editing & Additional Recording: Tim Delaney at Electron Gardens, Atlanta GA.
Mixed by: Steve Morrison at Southern Tracks with additional mixing by Greg “Fern” Quesnel and Tom Tapley
Mastered by: Rodney Mills at Rodney Mills Masterhouse
© 2013 No Big Wheel Music/No Big Wheel Records

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Lisa King has completed her debut album The Language of Birds. She calls her group The Hot Place. Inseparable from her Mosrite bass guitar, she also played a steamer trunk of vintage guitars & analog synthesizers. She co-produced the album with The Swimming Pool Q’s’ Jeff Calder at Southern Tracks Recording in Atlanta. Also featuring Mike Lynn and Robert Schmid & special guest Richard Lloyd. ... more

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Track Name: Petals of Ruin-From "The Language of Birds" by The Hot Place-$5 Benefit for The Sophie Lancaster Foundation
PETALS OF RUIN



Petals of Ruin slide past my skin

Petals of Ruin, you know it's the end

Petals of Ruin blow slowly away

Patterns they blew in, what could they say?



I'm not saying that you'll never fear

I'm not saying I'll never be near

I'm not saying that you're not afraid

I'm not saying that it's too late



Petals of Ruin blow slowly away

Patterns they blew in, well what could they say?



I'm not saying that you'll never fear

I'm not saying I'll never be near

I'm not saying that you're not afraid

I'm not saying that it's too late



Petals of Ruin blow slowly away

Patterns they blew in, what could they say?

Petals of Ruin, how softly they fall

Petals of Ruin- nothing at all



I'll never be near

Oh it's too late



Petals of Ruin, how softly they fall

Petals of Ruin, you're nothing at all
Track Name: Petals of Ruin (Reprise)-From "The Language" of Birds" by The Hot Place-$5 Benefit for The Sophie Lancaster Foundation
PETALS OF RUIN

Petals of Ruin blow slowly away
Patterns they blew in, what could they say?

I'm not saying that you'll never fear
I'm not saying I'll never be near
I'm not saying that you're not afraid
I'm not saying that it's too late

Petals of Ruin blow slowly away
Patterns they blew in, well what could they say?

Petals of Ruin, how softly they fall
Petals of Ruin- nothing at all

You're nothing at all