released May 7, 2012
One through six are cracked like knuckles, but not as precious.
Seven is performing precise local suicides, temporary amnesias, and painless aphasias.
It's all temporary
Temporary was played on a computer, an analog synth, a pile of homemade electronics, and a rather beat up electric guitar.
Peter Rosenbloom plays violin and electronics on track 4, and a bit of Jason Talbot's "Thank You" found it's way into track one.
Final Mastering by Todd A. Carter at Bel Air
Cover art by Jason Soliday
Original CD-r sleeves were sewn by Lisa Slodki
This is Crank Satori #20