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Pete Davis Re-Issues ‘Passing It Off As Art’

September 4, 2012

Pete Davis, Known for his talented efforts in Invalids- has just reissued his solo album ‘Passing It Off As Art’. Pete Davis is a multi-instrumentalist musician that writes, performs, records, mixes, and masters all of his music himself.


1. Easy, Big Fella
2. []
3. Meaningless
4. The Loss of Less and Losing More
5. Shuffle, or Else
6. It’s All the Same to Me
7. Every Time the Sun Shines
8. (blank)
9. For What It’s Worth
10. Planted
11. We Should Not Deserve
12. —
13. …
14. Passing It Off as Art

I first wrote this album in 2003, when I was a sophomore in high school. I later re-recorded it in 2006 with better equipment and know-how. Now I’ve re-recorded it for the third (and hopefully final) time, because I feel I’ve become good enough at various details (singing, mixing, mastering, etc.) to feel this is a legitimate release of music, held on the accord of the songs themselves.

I will continue to re-record all of my old albums, chronologically, until I have the files actually backed up this time.

Originally Released 01 March 2003
P Davis: everything

Cover art concept by a Canadian guy named Jim.

 petedavis.bandcamp.com | invalids.bandcamp.com | surfacearea.bandcamp.com


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