Breakout::Billy LeCoq-Mauvais::Producer

It’s hard to believe it’s been over five months since we put this song together. Yet, I’m still surprised and delighted that Billy, a premier musician and engineer, found my audition for RX’s industrial music and decided to put some of his magical producing energy into it. I like to think of Billy as the Willy Wonka of music because he truly is “the man with the golden ticket.” His education, experience, skill and heart to make not just entertaining music, but “smart” tunes as well; makes him one of the premier producers to work with; and I was thrilled to be able to be part of this great production.

Here’s our rendition of this dystopian-themed tune started by the fabulous RX!

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Billy LeCoq-Mauvais{sriracha::Producer::Guitar::Engineer
@xsrirachax
RX::Instrumental Bedtrack
Cliff Stevens::Guitar
Kim Noble::Lyrics::Vocals::Backups

{lyrics}

You’re just another number to them.
A shadowy figure to forget.
A bar code; generic; someone to push around.
It’s just another Monday to live.
A uniform to show no hers or his.
The masses two by two; they march putting one foot in front of the other.

Breakout; don’t let them see you broken. Take out all the pieces that no longer fit because you’re whole and put back everything they’ve stolen from you; you’ve got to refuse, They’ll never give in. You must make amends with yourself and Breakout of the mold they keep trying to push you back in. Breakout to win back yourself. Breakout.

2015 copyright Kim Noble

Now That You’re Gone::featuring Tony Fleitas music and Kip Dalpe Singing and Guitar

This is my first original song live recorded on a horrible tablet but cleaned up and mastered by the master engineer himself, Nigel Robinson (Gemini) of Scotland.

Tony Fleitas (mingyakyak) created this beautiful music and melody. This version features Kip Dalpe (singing partner extraordinare) singing backups and playing a beautiful guitar.

This was only for practice but had to post this since it’s our very first live recorded *ORIGINAL* tune!! Special thanks to Tony, Kip and Nigel!! Hope you enjoy it as much as we had fun singing it!! 🙂 🙂

Into The Night:: Marvin Edwards:: Producer

Sometimes, lowly pop singers get to sing classic rock. It rarely happens to me but when it does, it’s… oh… so… fun… 🙂 A special thanks to Marvin from Texas and Lovis from Austria for laying down such a delicious track to join into.

{Credits}

Marvin Edwards::Producer:Mixer::Guitars::Bass
Lovis Mudgett::Drums
Kim Noble:: Vocals::Lyrics::Backups

It Is As It Is::Andy Orriell::Producer

{Credits}

Andy Orriell::Producer::Guitar::Percussion::Additional Instruments
Fabian C::Bass
Kim Noble::Vocals::Backup Vocals::Lyrics
Simon Lenaerts::#Silensstudio::Mix::Master {www.silensstudio.be}

Producer Andy Orriell is an amazing talent, with years of experience on multiple instruments. His rock arrangements are classic with a twist. And of course, the sweetner in this is that Simon from the sound design capitol, Silensstudio, mixed and mastered. Enjoy! 🙂

{Lyrics}

It Is As It Is

Don’t tell me what to think or say.
You don’t know what it’s like to live this way.
Mocking what I do.
You continue to judge.
Making bad assumptions when you don’t have a clue.

Can’t you see I’m fighting for my life?
Taking risks that no one else will fight.
Running out of time

Running out of time
It is as it is.
Don’t tell me it isn’t.
Until you’ve been where I’ve been.

Can’t you see I’m fighting for my life?
Taking risks that no one else will fight.
Just trying to survive

When will this hurt start to end.
Shouldn’t have to always bend.

People misunderstand
It is as it is.
Don’t tell me it isn’t.
Until you’ve had the kind of live I’ve had.

Can’t you see I’m fighting for my life?
Taking risks that no one else will fight.

2014 Copyright Kim Noble