James Pequignot - Singer/Songwriter Buy Memento Mori Now
This is the Supplimental release to Artifacts. It contains the songs we would prefer for radio promotion, including an edited version of one that removes the extended intro.
The Sad Machine is The Singular’s first full length album as well as the first album to feature long time bassist and keyboard player, Terry Mortensen, and Nichole Catalano.
This single includes two songs that were cut from The Singular’s album, The Sad Machine.
This album was my big dumb, heartbroken, masterpiece. It took three years to write, record, and release. Then I signed an ill fated record deal in 2010 and they asked me to remove all of my existing content from the Read More …
The Singular’s second recording, Death by Radio, was the bands final recording to feature their original bass player.
I Finally Know What’s Good for Me was The Singular’s first recording. The band was originally conceived as a “lo-fi” band, and you can hear that concept played out a bit on this recording.
Emmet’s self titled album was their only release. Originally released in 2005, this remastered version cut some of the weaker songs, and reordered the tracks for a more cohesive feel.