#65 The Insect Year

by We're Late For Class

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Wouldn't it be something - for all our talk about aliens, other worlds and UFOs, etc. - if we had already been invaded by beings from other planets. But they were only able to multiply enough to upset the balance of our eco-system, without taking over mankind. I mean... look at the guy on the cover. He's clearly a together kinda guy, an intelligent creature, who even carries with him an elaborate set of tools to help him analyze and survive the hostile world around him. He even looks like he might be a Commander, or something. So, what we're only putting forth is the proposition that we are already living amongst alien beings, just as shrewd and just as talented in their own right, that are currently ruling entire parts of the planet - whether inches under the ground, deep beneath the sea or floating in the air. One day they'll take over... that's sort of what this album's main theme is all about. Kneel down before your future leaders.

The Insect Year (Full Blown) (6:07)
Fake Skim One (3:06)
The Insect Year (Thawed) (6:26)

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released March 17, 2013

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We're Late For Class Anchorage, Alaska

We're Late For Class: Live, improvisational college collective, about a dozen rotating members, anti-contract, pro-herb, some cut & paste. Free for the asking. Over 75 releases and counting.

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