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Until Death Do Impart

by William P. Robertson

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What do you do when your whole family's strange/And you have their sickness polluting your veins?
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Until Death Do Impart, written by William P. Robertson and the rock band ShadowFox, is a 40 minute audio book CD assembled much like an old-time radio program. A multitude of sound effects are mixed in with 24 Robertson poems and 4 original songs to create an entertaining program. The poems explore the realms of sci-fi, horror, and Medieval fantasy. The ShadowFox tunes range from the haunting blues of "Shelly" to the wry humor of "Devil on MTV" to the swamp rock crunch of "Shadows Part Slowly" and "You Are a Witch in Pretty Skin." The title of the CD is a play on words from the traditional Wedding Vows. The cover photo of a stone angel was chosen to convey the pervading theme of death, which is viewed from the perspective of society's psychopaths, burnouts, and twisted sisters. The death of love and its effect on the human psyche is especially chilling in "Joy" and "husband (ghost)."
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