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released October 27, 2012

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Unter Null Portland

The creation of Erica Dunham, material began to be written under the moniker of Unter Null in the year 1998.

Unter Null’s sound could be described as equal parts melody and noise, venom balanced with sentiment, and a blend of sounds influenced by a wide variety of genres spanning from industrial, classical, black metal, and IDM.
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Track Name: 88 Lines About 44 Scenesters
Andy was a touring man, he held out to the bitter end
Douglas was an Englishman, he's the one who made EBM
Megan was a fat girl, I was afraid of a girl like that
Stephan wrote music sitting down, like a humble man

Sebastian was a zombie, an icon of coiled history
Eric was in a band per minute, he liked that kind of misery
Tyler had this special way of turning sex into a song
Rogue, now he couldn't sing, but he kept the beat and he kept it strong

Matt who was a family man, the drunken king, the king of beers
Randal thought men were just the best, liked masturbating in the bath
Nero was a metalist, he really had that gift of scream
Ted's point of view was this: don't take whatever you can have

Jessica was another girl who left her mark upon the band
Eskil liked the suit and ties and never went to no man's land
Johan was a quiet man who went unhinged when on stage
Bill, who had a clone, said "I must go" but finally stayed

Michelle was so enmeshed, was shattered by her mask one night
Bobby brought the taboo back and held it up before the light
Marco, who knew no shame enjoyed all kinds of life
Fluid came and went so fast, he didn't even say goodbye

Well, Marko had a house in Rome and lived on expiation
Derek had a house in Portland, liked rubbing chalk on men's jeans
Daniel thought his life was empty; he cleened, destroid, and built a wall
Tommy didn't ever download, he didn't do that shit at all.

Nuh uh. Not Tommy.

Ohgr thought that blood was simple; put in on, take it off
Jean-Luc, he was complicated, like some French film-maker's plot
Dave was the perfect man who always kept his gloves on straight
Rachel was a rich punk rocker, with a silver spoon and paper plate

Owen was a modern cowboy, who wore the hat so seriously
Nicky wrote bad poetry in a crazy kind of urgency
Wendel, now he liked to fuck while wearing leather biker boots
Nader's strange obsession was for authentic vegetables and fruits

Karloz was a fancy dresser, sometimes he took things way too far
Frank, he was a college professor, who looked like a certain TV star
Sascha had a failing band, even he would say they sucked
Trent just gave up and sold out so he would have more luck

Pathogen was a DJ-man and played some music by Xotox
Ronan, who sang some songs, required some pairs of black socks
Simone didn't give a shit, he was just a nihilist
Erica was much more my style, she wrote songs just like this

Bernard went for 40 days without a ban to his name
Raoul traded sex and noise to join the Backstreet Boys
Al came from the land of rape; now he can just reminisce
David Dutton, here's a kiss, I chose you to end this list.