Showers Without Warning 7​-​inch record

by Hi Ho Silver Oh

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7" record released with the help of Trailer Fire Records.

A-side: "Showers Without Warning"
B-side: "Time to Move on" (Tom Petty cover) featuring Leslie Stevens

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released 18 January 2011
Casey Trela recorded and mixed these tracks at the Winona House in Los Angeles, CA. They were then mastered by the Golden family at Golden Mastering in Ventura, CA. Jon Mackey and Casey Trela took the photos of friends and flowers seen on the jacket. Roxy Radulescu was behind all aspects of artwork completion and layout. James Cartwright at Trailer Fire offered support and organizational prowess every step of the way to the finish line. A sincere thanks to all our families and friends for their love and encouragement.

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Track Name: Showers Without Warning
I am not so innocent, you realized, when I cut your head off your body. I knew how to flirt before you came around. I only ran off hoping you'd catch up.

I won't live my life feeling weak and tired. Mom, I gotta deal with this vulnerable feeling the only way I can, so I will keep my back to all the open windows and ghosts that might come through them.

Take my showers without warning. Water wash the blood down quickly. Death is startling even when you invite him in. Feel my throat blood in the kitchen. Feel my throat blood, I am ready.

I am ready.
Track Name: Time to Move on (Tom Petty cover) feat. Leslie Stevens
Broken skyline, moving through the airport, she's an honest defector, conscientious objector, now her only protector.

Broken skyline, which way to love land? Which way to something better? Which way to forgiveness? Which way do I go?

Time to move on, to get going. What lies ahead I have no way of knowing.
But under my feet, babe, grass is growing.
It’s time to move on, to get going.

Sometime later, getting the words wrong, wasting the meaning and losing the rhyme.

Nauseus adrenaline, like breaking up a dog fight, like a deer in the headlights, frozen in real time, I'm losing my mind.

Time to move on, to get going. What lies ahead I have no way of knowing.
But under my feet, babe, grass is growing.
It’s time to move on, to get going.