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released October 13, 2015

Executive Producer: Uncommon Nasa
Producer: Black-Tokyo. Writer: Uncommon Nasa
Mixed by Nasa @ Nasa Labs, NYC
Mastered by George Fullan at General Mastering Labs
Recorded by Rubieseyes @ Nasa Labs, NYC
Art Direction: DJ Jazzpants Photography: Cheney Orr
Written by Uncommon Nasa for Uncommon Color Combinations (SESAC)
"Ghosts Over Your Shoulder" also written by Short Fuze for ChiMil3 Publishing (ASCAP)
"Having Too Good of a Time" also written by Black-Tokyo for The Invisible Hand and Carl Kavorkian for Cult Member Music (ASCAP)
"Skin Tells Stories" also written by Skech185 for Skech185 Publishing (ASCAP)
Electric Piano and Synth (on "Halfway") by Uncommon Nasa
Drums (on "We Living In These Dark Times") by Willie Green
Drum Tracking (on "We Living In These Dark Times") by General George
Turntables (on "The Study") by Shortrock
Electric Guitar and Bass (on "My Music Is Our Children") by C Money Burns
Interludes feature conversations between Uncommon Nasa & Rubieseyes
Manufactured and Distributed by Uncommon Records UN-45 ©2015 Uncommon Records

Thank Youse:
First and foremost, thank you to Rubieseyes for making yourself a part of this record. Your interest in the creation process lead to you being part of this album itself and thus it's results. Thank you for your patience with me. It's for you, and my time with you, that makes what I've said on this record so relevant. Thank you to Black-Tokyo, this album is my voice through your vision. Your beats lead to me being able to get a lot off my chest this time out and say things that I would have never been able to say without you. Your trust in me, your almost blind trust in me, is appreciated beyond words. Thank you to Jazzpants for once again guiding the artwork and seeing what's inside my head. Thank you to Willie Green, it was really important to me to have you be a part of "We Living In These Dark Times", I knew the subject matter would influence your drumming and your drumming would influence the track. Thank you to C Money Burns, you became part of one of the most important tracks of my career with "My Music Is Our Children" and brought that song to a level I didn't imagine. Thank you to Short Fuze, you were the first cameo recorded for this record and the first person I reached out to, you nailed the song that may define this record the most clearly. Thank you to Skech185, our track on here is something special, I'm glad I was able to give you a platform for what you had to say. Thank you to Carl Kavorkian, when that song was coming together, I knew you would knock it out of the park and you did. Thank you to Shortrock, we did it again, as always. Thank you to Cheney Orr, for trusting in a concept you couldn't see and sharing a plate of Octopus Salad with me. Thank you to General George, you saved this album from the mastering tailspin I got stuck in. Thanks for your time and expertise, see you at work Monday. Thank you to everyone that's supported my recent work, you gave me the strength to make this album. Special thank you to my parents for whom I have "more and more in common". Very special thanks to my Aunt Irene, who's passing sent me down this road creatively to make the record you are now holding.



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