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Portable Jesus vs The Gravitational Anomaly

by Portable Jesus

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Christopher Musial PJ just quietly, anonymously keeps producing the goods. He always delivers a unique, varied experience. Great ear for rhythms, too. Favorite track: Into The Bulk.
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Originally conceived as the work of an alternate personality of Portable Jesus (The Gravitational Anomaly) and released during the first season of the ill-fated "Rhomcast" (Ocular Rhombus Podcast), these tracks were the first time since 2006 that Portable Jesus didn't develop an album with at least a central connecting concept in mind. ALTHOUGH, you could argue that the idea of the battle between him and his alternate personality was, in and of itself, a central concept... WHOA, THAT'S META AS FUCK.

Originally released to coincide with the 2011 New York Comic Con, Portable Jesus wandered the floor of the convention handing out free copies of the album.

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released October 13, 2011

Portable Jesus - Sounds and Vocals
Lady Stef - Additional Vocals on Tracks 7 and 16

special thanks to Robert A. Heinlein

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Since 2004, Portable Jesus has been a spectre haunting the information superhighways of the internet. Some say he moves independently of space-time, some say he is actually a rogue computer program. Whatever the truth may be, he's out there, making music, riding the wavelengths. ... more

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