To Whom It May Concern

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This the A side of our 12' split with US Christmas.
Only 300 copies printed!Available at our shows during October-November 2012


I dedicate this song
With my heart open
Anthem of broken bones
Pain and the suffering
To whom it may concern
I wanna leave this place
I know the road is long
Feel free to make a step

Speaking of better world
Tales of good old days
Still far from understanding
Compassion is key for all games
I wanna die with you
Capture this moment of clarity
And on the dyers eve
Measure your dignity

Please shut the door
Don't let them in
They tortured our brothers and sisters
My mother..I have never seen
Don't try to hide
They feel that fear in your heart
But deep inside
They know that you are right

You better don't look back
Just keep moving to your goal
Don't try to be their friend
They won't understand
And you're a foe now
Just as a good example
Well..for all of them
In morality,sexuality,sensuality


from To Whom It May Concern, released September 5, 2012
Recorded,mixed and mastered by Sergey Ryltsev in the House of Composers studio,St.Petersburg January-August 2012

To Whom It May Concern
(music and lyrics by K.Sharapodinov)

Kamille Sharapodinov - vocals,guitars,electronics,synth
Igor Suvorov - guitars
Andrey Opletaev - bass
Alexander Chebotarev - drums
Danila Danilov - backing vocals
Alexey Klabukov - keyboards
Vladimir Belov - cello
Roman Parygin - trumpet
Vladislav Aleksandrov - trombone
Andrew Shack - guitar solo




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