Radio To Cassette

by Third Class

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Third Class presents "Radio To Cassette," a travel-friendship song from the 2017 album, Virginia's Playlist, along with a bonus track, a new version of their 2006 song, "The Glue Is Starting To Crack."

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released November 29, 2016

These songs were written, performed, and produced by Third Class, recorded at Historian Recording Co., Youngstown, Ohio, and mastered by Cauliflower Audio, Cleveland, Ohio.

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Happy songs with sad lyrics, two-string riffs, wonky beats, and fuzzy tones, Third Class makes quirk-pop music in Ohio, going strong since 1999.

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Track Name: Radio To Cassette
(I really feel like I've never made tapes for you often enough and I should try to do it more, but I just never liked sitting down for long periods of time and never felt like I...to try to, you know, just talk on the tape and never felt like I had very many things to say. But, it seems to me that the fun of having a tape, of doing tapes, is that then you can tell, talk about little everyday things that you normally don't write in a letter and don't even talk about when you talk on the phone because you just talk on the phone, one day, and you don't feel like you have a chance to say little, everyday things, where now, tapes don't cost very much and...) we start in Portland, where I was born then. We'll take a road trip, don't know where we're going. Radio, press record on the cassette. Radio, press record on the cassette. Radio, radio, press record on the cassette. WE play the keyboard whenever we're bored. We're playing ping pong, music all night long. Radio, press record on the cassette. Radio, press record on the cassette. Radio, radio, press record on the cassette.
Track Name: The Glue Is Starting To Crack (Reprise)
All my plans and dreams are coming true, today. A number of these faceless schemes is coming into play. And, yes, I can tell the future is sweating consequence. The glue on that old green t-shirt is starting to crack, and loneliness, the only sense, is holding you back from what you see, you see. All my marble graphings have turned the air to stone. The ceiling lights caress the white speakers when you're not home. And, yes, I can play those sad games. And, yes, I can see your eyes. The glue on that old green t-shirt is starting to crack, and loneliness, the only sense, is holding you back. Reality has other plans and demands you to be into more diversity. Reflections light your city 'Cause you are learning from me. And, when you go write your paper on the matter, remember, remember, remember, remember. All my plans and dreams are coming true, today. A number of these faceless schemes is coming into play. And, yes, I can tell the future. And, yes, I can see your eyes. And, yes, I can feel the sorrow. It's coming down, tonight.