SEEKINGVocalist - Baritone, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Violin, Keyboard, Background Singer, Flute, Cello.
I bought a Cort Stratocaster-style guitar in 1993. In 1997 I started doing some original recordings using the name Exalted Dirt. Around 2000 I started playing in a worship team, and I have continued that role ever since. In 2016 I got some friends together to play some original Exalted Dirt tunes live for the first time at a single event. In 2017 I prayerfully decided it was time to take Exalted Dirt out on the road a bit, not as a touring group, but playing at a few events throughout the year.
I am looking for musicians to join Exalted Dirt. I am a guitarist (lead and rhythm) and vocalist. As of August 2018, we have two female vocalists, two male vocalists and a drummer, and I have been using an octave effect to thicken our sound. I would like to have a second guitarist, a 5-string bassist, a keyboardist, a violinist/cellist, and possibly a flutist to fill out this band's sound.
My own style is a classic form of progressive metal. That is not all we will be doing, though. Keep reading, please. My own lyrics are blatantly Christ-centered, and they range from introspective to sermon-like, usually anchored to an element of worship. The name of Jesus will not be taboo, nor will it be sparse, as with many modern "Christian" bands. As a group, we will be performing some of my own originals as well as a variety of modern praise and worship songs, "heavying them up" a bit if it can be done appropriately.
I prefer to have individuals who are faithful to their own local congregations, but I will likely not turn anyone away who wants to join us.
Exalted Dirt has been meeting on Saturday mornings, either in Doylestown or Stow.
Also, Christian Harbor Church in Orrville, Ohio is in need of some musicians, similar to what I requested above for Exalted Dirt. I am a guitarist using the octave effect I described above sometimes. We have an acoustic guitarist, whom I consider to be a beginner, four vocalists, and a drummer with somewhat spotty attendance.
Our music at CHC ranges from black gospel to more mainstream modern praise and worship. We are a small non-denimonational/Pentecostal church-- that is, we are self-governed (not ruled by a conference or other governing body).
If either of these opportunities interest you, you will likely get my attention sooner if you send a message to Exalted Dirt's page. However, lately (since June 2018) I have been returning here much more often than I ever did. Just be aware that, unlike many others out there, I don't live connected to the internet via smartphone, so it might be a number of days before I respond.
Take note that I also make original game soundtracks. I also dabble in game programming and artwork.
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- Jan 13 2017
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- Very Committed
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- Gigs played:
- Under 10
- Tend to practice:
- 1 time per week
Christian prog/ thrash/power metal bands of many sorts, such as Becoming the Archetype, Tourniquet, and Narnia, Illuminandi, as well as soundtracks from classic video games like the old Final Fantasy and Castlevania.
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I own a cheap Cort Stratocaster-style electric guitar I bought used from Larry's Music in Wooster way back in 1993. I have a DOD effects processor I found at a thrift shop here in Orrville. I have a small practice bass amp which is capable of over powering a drum set and vocalists. I use a Windows XP PC with tools such as Audacity, MTV Music Generator, LMMS, and Ableton Live for all my recording and composing projects.
Random Phrygiolian Acoustic E-Missions
Random Phrygiolian Acoustic E-MissionsThe name "Random Phrygiolian Acoustic E-missions" describes this instrumental acoustic guitar recording in a silly manner. I played a bunch of random things that came to mind in the standard key of E minor. The standard minor scale is also known as the Aeolian mode. I threw in some F's a few times instead of F#, which shifts the scale into the Phrygian mode, so I made up the word PHRYGIOLIAN. Playing an instrument emits a sound, of course, and since the recording is done in E, I created the hyphenated word E-MISSIONS. People have been astounded by the things I can do with extrememly inexpensive (or free) things. I, myself, would have it no other way! Here is why this recording exists: I bought an extremely cheap acoustic instrument pickup online directly from Monoprice in July of 2017, hoping to be able to use it with my ultra-cheapo Carlo Robelli acoustic guitar at A Praise in the Park that year. After messing with it for awhile, I decided I didn't like how it sounded. I didn't bother to return the pickup to Monoprice; it cost me less than $3--including shipping--if I remember correctly. I bought the guitar a few years prior at Larry's Music, a local music store in Wooster, not far from home. It only cost $75! It played well and sounded good, and I'd been wanting one for many years. It had a built-in pickup, complete with volume and EQ sliders on top, but it would only output a weak, almost inaudible signal if I tinkered with it enough. I decided it was not worth the effort to try to fix or replace the hardware. In August of that same year (2017) I was studying a new song we would be playing at church. I picked up the guitar to pluck out some notes to figure what key the song was in, but it was badly out of tune. I decided to use the previously mentioned pickup to play the guitar into a tuner program I have on my computer. I played with it some more, doing some quick recordings in Audacity, but I still didn't like the way it sounded. Out of curiosity I decided to try the same pickup on my cheapo Cort electric guitar, attaching it to the head. That recording sounded more like a natural acoustic guitar, except that the pickup was amplifying harmonics from the back side of the strings too much sometimes (the opposite side of the string where the fret is fingered). The audio quality also changed depending on how well the pickup was clamped onto the head. That got me thinking that I might be able to get a good sound from the acoustic after all. After tinkering with the pickup a bit, I decided it sounded best clamped onto the upper edge of the resonation hole near the bottom of the neck. This way it was easy to avoid striking the pickup itself while playing. I taped down the cord to avoid any knocking noises, tapping from my pick, or vibrations directly from the string (it's a very sensitive pickup), and I performed a few recording tests shifting around the 2-band EQ settings on my external mixer. Cranking up the high end considerably and turning up the low just slightly yielded the sound you hear in this recording. I compared the audio quality of the recording to Becoming the Archetype's "Night's Sorrow", from their TERMINATE DAMNATION album, and I decided this was good enough to keep. I added some reverb using Audacity, and that's that. I have to say that this ultra-cheap Monoprice pickup works very well. I have seen some very bad reviews for the item online. The problem is that it comes with no instructions for its usage. To anyone who thinks of purchasing one of these, I say, "Go for it!" The key is to be sure the pickup is securely clamped onto a flat surface wide enough to cover its entire "receptor circle" and run its output signal through an equalizer of some sort, as I described above.
Exalted Dirt - Wise Men
Exalted Dirt - Wise MenMerry Christmas, everyone! My pastor asked me to sing a song with my guitar at our church's Christmas program on Sunday evening, December 18, 2016. He said he wanted me to "do it the way Cody-Corey would do it." Cody-Corey is a nickname he mistakenly gave me when he corrected himself while addressing me once. Anyway, I think many Christmas songs have been far overdone to the point of cliché, so I talked to the Lord Jesus about how to progress through the task of composing something new that would be from my heart as well as from His. I remembered seeing bumper stickers and posters that say "Wise Men Still Seek Him", and two scriptures aside from the account of the magi in Matthew chapter 2 came to my mind that seemed to relate to this subject. This is the heart of God: He came into the earth to reconcile people to Himself, but the religious mentality concerning this beautiful phenomenon reduces reconciliation and relationship to focusing on whether or not we are good enough, all the while alienating ourselves from the One who extended Himself into this realm for the very purpose of restoring relationship. It is so much deeper than just a choice between heaven and hell. It is far greater than whether or not our names are discovered at a final roll call. John said in chapter 1, "We beheld His glory," and "He made a dwellingplace among us." Let us draw near to Him; that is why He came by the flesh and now by the Spirit. Offering ourselves fully to Him will far outshine any other gifts or treasures we could ever acquire in this fallen world. Let's all discover what it means to truly love God! Lord Jesus, show us what it means to genuinely love You. Let us ever behold Your glory. Back to the music, I enlisted some friends of mine to help me perform this composition fully live on the date listed above--then they all dropped out on me because of other obligations that became more important. Oh well-- but the recording you hear on this page was all done by myself in my own home studio. The "wise men" and "we beheld His glory" parts were melodies I had in my mind before ever sitting down in my studio to write out this song. The rest of the lyrics came from doing a bit of prayer and studying concerning the reference scriptures (John 1:14, Matthew 2:11, and Romans 12:1). This is the first step toward an album I want to call PUTTING "HOLY" BACK IN THE HOLIDAY. For years I've had the idea to do this, but, like many other things, it takes time, of which I seem to have far too little. Perhaps someday I will reach that goal. Lord Jesus, grant it to me. Here are musical details concerning the composition: * 120 BPM * * Keys: * "...Wise Men..." theme and chorus is in G minor (Aeolian), "Jesus, Jesus..." part uses a combination of E Locrian and A Locrian, "We beheld His glory" uses D minor (Aeolian), "From the Father's heart..." uses what I call a "blues scale" which mixes C Dorian and Mixolydian, "...Distant land..." gallop sticks to C Dorian. All the above come from a single augmented scale defined by these tones: E-F-G-A-Bb-C-D-Eb. * Instruments: * Standard-tuned 6-string Cort electric guitar, My own voice, Ableton Live 8. I emulated a 5-string bass (with low B-string) in this composition. To make a quick design for this single's cover art, I found a black and white drawing I located in a collection of bitmaps packaged with some old Windows 98 software someone gave me many years ago called THE BIBLE LIBRARY 4.0. It was easy to realize the vision I had for this cover art quickly using this little bitmap.
Exalted Dirt - Jungle Chase (with Fadeout)
Exalted Dirt - Jungle Chase (with Fadeout)Here is an original video game loop. This could be used in an action game or RPG, I suppose. The percussion loops are played by Bendji Allonce. The breathy instrument sample I included in the middle of the composition gave it a bit of an other-worldly feeling. While mixing it I could picture Samus Aran chasing Donkey Kong through the Contra jungle! That's why I called it "Sci-fi Jungle Chase". Eventually I plan on making a classic prog metal version of this as well. Composition details: F#m Phrygian, 120 BPM
Exalted Dirt - Violent Tremors (reloaded)
Exalted Dirt - Violent Tremors (reloaded)More power metal for the masses! This is a derivative composition built on musical concepts from "Shake This Place". Acts 4:31 says "And when they had prayed, the place was shaken where they were assembled together...."
Exalted Dirt - Shake This Place (reloaded)
Exalted Dirt - Shake This Place (reloaded) More power metal for the masses! Musically, I was inspired a little by the band Divinefire on this one, while the "shake this place" chorus reminds me of the metalcore style of Becoming the Archetype and the bizarre mix of waltz rhythm and odd harmony Tourniquet used in their Pathogenic Ocular Dissonance album. If only I could sing like Guy Ritter! I recorded this song in the hopes of performing it live for the first time this July (2016) as part of Exalted Dirt's first ever live performance! Getting a group together has been a slow process. Come Lord Jesus, by Your Holy Spirit! Reveal Your power in the earth! Many are fascinated by Biblical accounts of manifestations of God's power, but they are content and sometimes angrily and fearfully insistent to leave them there, in the past. I am not them! This song is a prayer derived from a study I did of the Greek and Hebrew in the corporate prayer mentioned in Acts 4:24-31 in the Bible. The Bible text quotes Exodus 20:11 and Psalm 2:1-2, so I studied the Hebrew text of those verses. Much of the song is an expository translation of the original Bible text, meaning that it captures the various literal meanings of the words in the text. Other parts of the song are applications of the original text rather than literal representation. For instance, Acts 4:27 makes mention of Herod and Pontius Pilate. The term Herod means "heroic", Pontius means "bridged", and Pilate means "close-pressed", or "firm". Since Herod and Pontius Pilate were political figures of their time, I used their names as part of an application for the present time. With the U.S. Presidential election circus closing in on us, these words seem more applicable now than when I wrote them a little while ago: They present themselves as heroes, Affirming themselves as bridges to brighter futures, Deluded by unification with a majority Of the people of a nation..., The King James text goes as follows: ...both Herod, and Pontius Pilate, with the Gentiles, and the people of Israel, were gathered together...,
Exalted Dirt - I Will Pray In The Spirit
Exalted Dirt - I Will Pray In The Spirit"I WILL PRAY IN THE SPIRIT" I Corinthians 14:14-15 If there must be an explanation, I am free to inwardly press toward God With a supernatural language. The Holy Spirit, Who is within me, prays, But my intellect cannot grasp the meaning. Which is proper then? I will pray in the Holy Spirit. I will pray, but also with the mind. Holy Spirit, pray through me. Supercede my intellect. I call forth a supernatural utterance. Jesus, it can only come from You. Words, music, mixing, artwork all done by Corey Finney (Exalted Dirt). This is the first and title track from an in-progress 7-track concept album. Each track will examine and affirm Bible verses concerning the subject of "praying in the Spirit" and the power of prayer. My hope is that those who listen, including myself, will be encouraged in the endeavour of "praying in the Spirit" and praying in the natural tongue. With "I Will Pray in the Spirit", I dug into I Corinthians 14:14-15 using a favorite Bible program of mine called e-sword, comparing a variety of English translations but mostly examining a version called the Accurate New Testament. The ANT shows the Greek syntax of the scriptures using English words, without making the student read the actual Greek text. Each word is accompanied by Strong's numbers, thus enhancing the literal interpretation even more. Anyone reading the Bible verses referred to should notice that I left out the part about singing/making music which is mentioned at the end of verse 15. It seemed to me after reading through the chapter again up to that point that Paul was simply summing up an analogy he made which compared music to speech. I was not concerned so much with the figurative language as I was with the direct statement he made about the subject of "praying in the Spirit". Not only that, but in order to keep everything in the song in its own proper context, I felt it would be necessary to include the overly wordy dissertation he made about music, thus sidetracking the simplicity and focused nature of the lyrics.
Exalted Dirt - What Do Angels Dream
Exalted Dirt - What Do Angels DreamWHAT DO ANGELS DREAM? Lyrics by Brian Williams (editted by Corey Finney) What do angels dream While lying in their hospital beds? Do they chase butterflies Or laugh at the silly monkeys at the zoo? Hanna, Oh Hanna... I should have been there Holding your tiny little hand, Instead of fighting for freedom In someone else's land, But a man has to do What he has to do, If he dares to stand tall, Raising his hand. My little girl, you looked so helpless, But you smiled through all your pain. I wish I could have held you close And made it all go away. Hanna, Oh Hanna... It hurt me to see you that way; I was so very far away. It's hard enough to be a soldier, But it's harder to be a part-time father. They only gave you a few months; It seemed so unfair to me, But then they showed optimism With new treatments to try on you. Hanna, Oh Hanna... I hoped I was just dreaming, And that you were still at home. I bet Butterscotch misses you, And all your friends from school. Just hang in there, baby; I'm almost home! I was on my way to see you When my phone began to ring. It was the last call I could ever imagine: My Hanna, my baby! You had passed away. I guess your pain was too great. I tried, but I was just too late. Your fight for life was over, And your suffering was no more, But I was only a half block away. What do angels dream While lying in their hospital beds?
Exalted Dirt - Kills All Evil
Exalted Dirt - Kills All Evil The lyrics for this song were written many years ago at a time when I was just beginning to experience a deeper type of worship in the Holy Spirit. The song was recorded for the first time some time around 1997, as part of my very first (self-titled) Exalted Dirt album, all of which was very sloppily recorded and mixed on a Tascam 4-track audiocassette recorder. I used a Radio Shack Concertmate keyboard's built-in drum loops and tuned my guitar down an entire octave to play as a bass. Only a select few over the years have been allowed to hear these early recordings, and it will probably stay that way. I recently re-recorded this song for entry in a contest at indabamusic.com. I only had a week to complete it, and the final recording was acceptable at best. This song is my first recording here at Jamendo for which I used the PC version of MTV Music Generator. Having said that, I also used this song for experimentation to define my method in audio recording and mixing for all the rest that is to come. One person commented at indabamusic.com that this song has a "punky" feel to it. Early Exalted Dirt recordings were influenced by bands such as Metallica, Deliverance, and Tourniquet, though my own ability was nowhere near that. The chord stabs in the guitar solo section were an afterthought in the arrangement process, since the very first recording many years ago was not thought out at all. Having recently played a song called "Manifesto" at our church, that stab pattern stuck with me for awhile. I've often thought how it reminds me a bit of one of Green Day's big hit songs, none of which I know the titles. Also, as I heard one of my mixing test CD's thumping from my car CD player from the house one day, I said to my wife, "You know, that does sound a little like punk rock." She nodded.
Exalted Dirt - Across The Open Fields (v.2.1)
Exalted Dirt - Across The Open Fields (v.2.1)This is a reworked composition I created for Overclocked Remix Community. It is based on the track known as "Unknown World" from an old NES game called Dragon Warrior.
Exalted Dirt - Through The Dark Wood
Exalted Dirt - Through The Dark Wood Symphonic-styled music mingled with heavy metal lends itself well to video RPGs and other types of adventure/quest games, in my opinion. This is a derivative composition altering two musical ideas from my "Vampire Slayer". As the music began to acquire some coherence and depth, it started to remind me of a young boy in a classic-style RPG wandering through a creepy forest to reach his next stop in fulfilling his quest. It was unintended, but the flute solo near the end reminded me of the sound that was used in an old Super Nintendo game called Secret of Evermore (a good game, but definitely not one of Square's best offerings). This composition marks my transition from using MTV Music Generator (OLD windows 98 software - there was also a Playstation version which I used before my PC recording days) for all my programming needs to using Ableton Live (Lite, Version 8). While I had extreme difficulty setting up the software and authorizing it (I crashed my OS and was forced to reinstall it!), once I began to learn how to use Ableton Live, I was thrilled by how truly easy it was to operate. I recorded my own vocals for one of the instrument samples using Audacity. All the rest of the instrument samples were exported from MTV Music Generator, in hopes that I could maintain a similar sound as before. With some of the samples I editted in panned octave layers for increased depth. I have come to disliking how little sustain all the cymbal samples had within MTV Music Generator, so after exporting them I layered all of them with some fade-ins to increase their length. Again, this was all done in an attempt to maintain a similar sound as in many of my earlier recordings, while putting a little more quality into the finished composition. At this time (February 2014) I have not yet come to understand how audio recording works with Ableton Live, so I recorded my guitar parts using Audacity, which I might continue to do from now on anyway. Audacity is simple software to use, and it has some advanced multi-track audio editing capabilties. Anyway, after exporting the recorded and edited audio from Audacity, it was easy to import the audio files into the Ableton project. My intention is to use this in my own game project, but if anyone out there wishes to license it, that would be fine too. My game design is coming very slowly, and I'm not afraid to say it's very likely I will never finish it. What do you expect from one person who has so many time-consuming interests? Making music by oneself is a full-time hobby alone! Aside from that, I play in a worship band at my church, which requires practice time. Sunday morning and evening services take up most of my Sundays (I'm not complaining-- I enjoy it immensely). Add to that my prayer and Bible study time, coupled with writing lyrical compositions and occasional blog entries. Then making myself available to a wife and daughter outside of a full-time job with unexpected overtime makes my life pretty full. I rarely play video games anymore, though I'm still an old-school RPG fan (Final Fantasy-type stuff-- FF6, known in the SNES days as FF3, is still my favorite of all time), but the time required for it often seems like a waste to me now. Now I've also been considering and praying about ministering once a week at the Healing Rooms in Wooster, near where I live. Add in some occasional housecleaning and meal cooking-- what? A video RPG project, from SCRATCH?!?!? Really? Enjoy, and God bless, --Corey Finney (Exalted Dirt)
Exalted Dirt - Vampire Slayer
Exalted Dirt - Vampire Slayer This composition was different from all before it in the manner that all the major parts--the skeletal components, if you will--were composed mentally while I was at work. The main theme kept coming to my mind over the course of a few weeks. Recognizing it fit into a harmonic minor scale with an additional flattened 5th, I began to think of some simple things that could be done with the scale. By the time I bothered to do any programming or arranging, I had 4 of its major musical concepts floating around in my head. Some were things I could actually hum; one was a visual combimation of notes I could imagine being played on the guitar, not knowing exactly how it would sound with the layers being played all at once. Finally, I began to work on my music. As I dug through my instrument samples, I was hoping to find a good theremin sound. Alas, I settled for a synthetic whistling sound, similar to what was used in the X-Files theme. The only major segment of the composition which was an afterthought was the part where the pipe organ plays alone and then repeats through the guitar solo. I plan on using this in a video game project, unless someone else sees fit to use it for something else. I tried to convey the same type of feeling in the music as in parts of the CASTLEVANIA: SYMPHONY OF THE NIGHT soundtrack, while making it just a bit more 'metallic'. While I was working on this I could easily imagine Alucard storming through his father's fortress to end his reign of terror. Therefore, I decided to call it "Vampire Slayer". Enjoy! Corey Finney (Exalted Dirt)
Exalted Dirt - Wandering
Exalted Dirt - WanderingMy final version of some original video game music. The first version had some very bad audio glitches, which I discovered how to edit out. The guitars are all completely re-recorded. This is a composition I plan to use in my own game project, which I am currently calling Xybwa's Quest. The music is loosely based on the "overworld" theme from Dragon Warrior (also known as Dragon Quest), which I think was the premier Nintendo Entertainment System RPG. I changed the duple meter to triple and forced the flute melody into a Major Phrygian mode in the key of E. This composition reminds me of wandering through a dark, creepy woods, not knowing what strange creature might be lurking behind the trees.
Scene And Modify (T. H. White remix)
Scene And Modify (T. H. White remix)This was a remix I did at IndabaMusic.com, but I finished it too late to make a proper entry into the contest.
Exalted Dirt - Just Over The Horizon
Exalted Dirt - Just Over The HorizonThis was originally a remix composition for IndabaMusic.com. The song was called "How Long?", and it was by How to Destroy Angels (a Trent Reznor brainchild). HTDA's version stuck to a normal Bm (Reznor called it D), but I shifted it into B major Phrygian, having to mix in the minor Phrygian a little because of the harmonic layering in the background vocal track. So the scale was defined as follows: B C _ (D) D# E _ F# G _ A _ B Everything about my rendition stood alone from the vocals very well, and since I departed from the original chord progressions all the way through, I simply added in some soft guitar leads and made the composition my own. I asked the Lord Jesus what I should call it. Thoughts about hourglasses and sand went through my mind, based on the title of the HTDA song, but nothing I thought of sounded right to me. I wanted to convey the notion of waiting, but with an element of hope as well. As I was listening to it during the final mixing process, I drifted off to sleep shortly and saw a vision of a faded trail on a cliff overlooking a desert horizon. It was easy to find my title then: I initially called it "Gazing Over the Horizon", but then I changed it to "Just Over the Horizon".
Exalted Dirt - Spirit of Ehud
Exalted Dirt - Spirit of Ehud"Spirit of Ehud" music and lyrics by Corey Finney (Judges chapter 3) I have my double-edged sword; I'm bringing unto you your reward. You look so calm, at ease, But think not that I come in peace. This is not tribute I bring, But a message from heaven's holy King. In the name of YHWH I come: With brutal force this sword I plunge. I bury it deep! I bury it deep! In my eyes, the light of glory-- You will fall before me. I bury it deep! I bury it deep! In the name of Jesus Christ, my Lord, I'm bringing unto you your reward. The spirit of Ehud trumpets aloud: "It's time to tear the enemy's kingdom down!"
Exalted Dirt - Fall
Exalted Dirt - FallA public release of an old album I recorded and finished sometime around 2000. It has been editted to cut out some of the really sloppy parts.
Exalted Dirt - Flight of Spirits
Exalted Dirt - Flight of SpiritsA public release of an old album I recorded and finished sometime around 2000. It has been editted to cut out some of the really sloppy parts.
Exalted Dirt - Behold the Face
Exalted Dirt - Behold the FaceA public release of an old album I recorded and finished sometime around 2000. It has been editted to cut out some of the really sloppy parts.
Exalted Dirt - From Gethsemane to the Cross
Exalted Dirt - From Gethsemane to the CrossA public release of an old album I recorded and finished sometime around 2000. It has been editted to cut out some of the really sloppy parts.
Exalted Dirt - For a Moment
Exalted Dirt - For a MomentA public release of an old album I recorded and finished sometime around 2000. It has been editted to cut out some of the really sloppy parts.
Exalted Dirt - Judgment
Exalted Dirt - JudgmentA public release of an old album I recorded and finished sometime around 2000. It has been editted to cut out some of the really sloppy parts.
Exalted Dirt - Empty
Exalted Dirt - EmptyA public release of an old album I recorded and finished sometime around 2000. It has been editted to cut out some of the really sloppy parts.
Exalted Dirt - King of the Jews
Exalted Dirt - King of the JewsThis is my first album to be mass-distributed. I had technical difficulties and had to cut it short.
Exalted Dirt - Resplendent Beauty of the Nail-scarred Messiah
Exalted Dirt - Resplendent Beauty of the Nail-scarred MessiahThis is my first album to be mass-distributed. I had technical difficulties and had to cut it short.
Exalted Dirt - Ska Slam in B
Exalted Dirt - Ska Slam in BThis is my first album to be mass-distributed. I had technical difficulties and had to cut it short.
Exalted Dirt - Smouldering Coals
Exalted Dirt - Smouldering CoalsThis is my first album to be mass-distributed. I had technical difficulties and had to cut it short.
Exalted Dirt - Calling Down Fire
Exalted Dirt - Calling Down FireThis is my first album to be mass-distributed. I had technical difficulties and had to cut it short.