Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Happy in the Dark, The Future Never Arrives, Pareidolia, Out There, Star Stuff, Inbetween, Out Of My Hands, By The Numbers, and 50 more. , and , . Purchasable with gift card Buy Digital Discography 39.65 GBP or more (35% OFF) Send as Gift Share / Embed 1. The Future Never Arrives 03:18 lyrics buy track Nuclear fusion and flying carsEasy access to the starsAnti-gravity, Strong AIHaven't happened; I wonder whyWishing for the MoonThinking change is coming soonThe future never arrivesOur sense of timeHas gone astrayYet optimism survivesGood luckIs only a day awayFame and fortune, true romanceWinning at a game of chanceRuling by the grace of GodI never want to know the oddsGetting to escape the curseAncient destiny reversedSatisfaction; peace at lastWe never notice 'til they've passed 2. Geometria Arcana 04:01 lyrics buy track (Instrumental) 3. My Extinguished Career 04:54 lyrics buy track When the job becomes about executive powerThey always need you to stay another couple of hoursEventually this worm began to turn Because it wasn't my bonus I was helping to earnNo longer suffering from schedule creepI just turn out the light and go back to sleep Enough with always being in high gearWhy work through doubt, uncertainty and fearThe message coming through was loud and clearI've bid goodbye to my extinguished careerWhat you are prepared to tolerate is up to youRemember that there'll be more of it next time, if you doJust because they drive to work in a fancy carThey're not entitled to demand you change who you are 4. Horizon 04:16 lyrics buy track (Instrumental) 5. Doomsayer 04:12 lyrics buy track Here he comes again with his tales of doomHe'll take less than a minuteto suck all the joy out of the roomWe don't engage him in conversationWe're well aware of his reputationApocalyptic research is grist to his millIf he hears you being happythat's when you'll see him move in for the killAt every party, he's a man on a missionNegativity like kryptoniteCultivates a morbid dispositionHe's only happy when he's been proved rightAnyone's achievement cuts him like a knifeHe really can't see whyanyone should want a better lifeI used to be like him and I can see his painbut now he's closing inI think it's time for you and me to hide again 6. Rando 03:21 lyrics buy track (Instrumental) 7. Dumb 02:36 lyrics buy track Pick any deep conversationGuess who doesn't belongAlready claimed dispensationI think the cat's got my tongueI've got vocal subsidenceSo I'll suffer in silenceWhy be a bird If you cannot take wingAnd why have a voice if you struggle to sing I'm not what you'd call a key playerThe least likely team substituteYou'll do better to get a soothsayerI'm standing here, steadfastly muteDon't think as you try to persuade meeventually I will succumbIt's my vocal cords that have betrayed meI remain quite decisively dumb 8. Battle Index 03:57 info buy track 9. Titles Count 05:39 lyrics buy track Do you miss out on invitations Stuck at the wrong end of the queueIs no one hearing your orationseven when you shout until you're blueStill failing at public relationsDoes all this sound like nothing newIf you struggle plugging your creationsThen, my friend, have I got news for youIf it seems your career's at a haltDon't assume that what you do is at faultYou might be clever and you know your stuffIn most endeavours these days that is not enoughYou need to grab attention, and in large amountsThat's why first impressions and titles countIt can be said with some concision:Your abilities are not to blamewhen everyone can quantise with precisionyou won't stand out if all you do's the sameIt's time to make that big decisionif you want to get back in the gameTo make sure you're playing in the first divisionYou need some letters following your name!You need to stop yourself believingexcellence or skill will still hold swayAnyone who tells you that's deceiving you These days it's pointless learning how to playArtistry is dead, it's no use grievingI'll say this once, then I'll be on my wayRemember, as you stand and watch me leaving: Style over substance wins the day! 10. Loud, Confident, and Wrong 03:20 lyrics buy track It might look like I'm listeningbut there's nothing going inI want you to stop talkingbecause that means I can beginto demonstrate the absenceof anything withinA total lack of wisdom got me where I am todayI don't know what I'm doing but I'm doing it anywayOther forms of action never seem to work for longWhat gets me the most tractionis being loud, confident, and wrongFull of self-importanceand grandiose with powerNever going to noticethat things are turning sourNeed to keep on talkingfor at least another hour 11. If The Blues Is The Answer, What's The Question 03:38 info buy track 12. The World Inside My Head 04:04 lyrics buy track I know what PTSD looks likeBad times are always coming backand when the pointlessness begins to biteit's hard to keep myself on trackI envy those who find it easy dreamingMy nights are mostly spent in futile screamingNo point in getting out of bedthere is no solace heareaboutsI've got the whole world in my headand I want to get it outWhen I find myself enshrouded and cloaked in misery and gloomIt's 'cause my skull is getting crowdedand I'm running out of roomSome of us carry excess baggageso please remember to be kindIt can be difficult to managewhen the whole world's on your mind 13. Fragments From The Last Functioning mp3 Player 06:05 info buy track 14. Wearing Thin 02:13 lyrics buy track This creative restlessnessand shuffling in my seatis beginning to wear holesin the floor beneath my feetMy soul is also wearing thin(not getting enough hugs)It will not be too long beforeI must resort to rugs 15. Season's End 04:14 info buy track about All material on this album was written and recorded over the summer of 2022 as part of the Fifty/Ninety songwriting challenge. But then I got new monitors for the studio (a pair of Focal Shape 65s, if you're interested in such things) and suddenly I felt the need to go back and fix a bunch of stuff in the mixes that they revealed. When I sat back and listened to the results, I realised that my mixing skills had taken a big leap forwards. I hope you'll agree with that assessment as you listen to these tracks. $(\".tralbum-about\").last().bcTruncate(TruncateProfile.get(\"tralbum_about\"), \"more\", \"less\"); credits released November 2, 2022 license all rights reserved tags Tags progressive rock rock multi-instrumentalist Bristol Shopping cart total USD Check out about Chris Harris Bristol, UK
For the people, who delve in the present, we have the achievers. For the people, who seem to take refuge in the future, we have the evaders. We can imagine tomorrow and we can remember the past both remembering past and imagining tomorrow are functions of the mind, but still it happens in the present moment..in a way, we r always trapped in the present moment, whatever happens ,happens in the present, even remembering the past as well as imagining future in the mind happens in the present. Time is the 4th dimension of our life. The number of breaths one has in this world is accurately fixed by the Creator. Tomorrow never comes saying is stressing on how every minute is of such great importance.
Lorraine asks Marty to the school dance, and he plots to feign inappropriate advances on her, allowing George to intervene and rescue her, but the plan goes awry when Biff's gang locks Marty in the trunk of the performing band's car, while Biff forces himself onto Lorraine. George arrives expecting to find Marty but is assaulted by Biff. After Biff hurts Lorraine, an enraged George knocks him unconscious and escorts the grateful Lorraine to the dance. The band frees Marty from their car, but the lead guitarist injures his hand in the process, so Marty takes his place, performing while George and Lorraine share their first kiss. With his future no longer in jeopardy, Marty heads to the courthouse to meet Doc.
Doc discovers a letter from Marty warning him about his future and rips it, worried about the consequences. To save Doc, Marty recalibrates the DeLorean to return ten minutes before he left the future. The lightning strikes, sending Marty back to 1985, but the DeLorean breaks down, forcing Marty to run back to the mall. He arrives as Doc is being shot. While Marty grieves at his side, Doc sits up, revealing he pieced Marty's note back together and wore a bulletproof vest. He takes Marty home and departs to 2015 in the DeLorean. Marty wakes the next morning to discover his father is now a confident and successful science fiction author, his mother is fit and happy, his siblings are successful, and Biff is a servile valet in George's employ. As Marty reunites with Jennifer, Doc suddenly reappears in the DeLorean, insisting they return with him to the future to save their children from terrible fates.[a]
Dave Kehr remarked that Gale and Zemeckis were among the first generation of filmmakers openly influenced by growing up on televised entertainment, and their inspirations are evident throughout. The Hollywood Reporter said that despite Spielberg's producer role, it was Zemeckis's vision, being more subtle, gentler, and \"less noisy\". Some reviewers compared it favorably to the 1946 fantasy drama It's a Wonderful Life, which offered a similar premise of a central character changing his future. Roger Ebert said the film offered humanity, charm, humor, and many surprises that were among its \"greatest pleasures\". Sheila Benson was more critical; she found Back to the Future to be overproduced and underdeveloped, featuring a hollow ending focused on materialistic rewards and lacking tension because Marty's success never seemed in doubt. Siskel countered that the tension came from defying the expectations of a typical time travel film by making the past mutable and the future uncertain. Paul Attanasio criticized some aspects that seemed to be \"mechanically\" designed to create the broadest audience appeal. 59ce067264