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Revision 6 . . September 25, 2004 11:09 pm by Brendan [Never mind. Can't cite yourself, of course.]
Revision 5 . . September 25, 2004 11:07 pm by Brendan [Sorry, but "comprised / composed" is a pet peeve. And one missed citation.]
Revision 4 . . September 21, 2004 11:34 am by Josh
Revision 3 . . September 20, 2004 9:58 pm by Josh
Revision 2 . . September 20, 2004 9:56 pm by Josh
Revision 1 . . September 20, 2004 9:53 pm by Josh
  

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Analysis of the lyrics of the band's other seven albums continues. Nighttime over Apollo, Cirencester, Ban This Sick Filth and, of course, Fourth Moon have all been identified as having related to some facet of the Orbital Wars. Corpulence Culture may have some reference to the cultural upheaval experienced in Alphas after the Wars, while The Matchbook Diaries and Lead Me To Armistice both contain insufficient signifiers to allow researchers to accurately judge what they refer to. One particularly vocal researcher claims that these last two albums, plus the bands collected posthumous work, are all clues relating to the true life of Alexander Ducant; however, many other authorities dismiss this claim, as the lyrics of several of the tracks would require the subject to still be alive today.
Analysis of the lyrics of the band's other seven albums continues. Nighttime over Apollo, Cirencester, Ban This Sick Filth and, of course, Fourth Moon have all been identified as having related to some facet of the Orbital Wars. Corpulence Culture may have some reference to the cultural upheaval experienced in Alphas after the Wars, while The Matchbook Diaries and Lead Me To Armistice both contain insufficient signifiers to allow researchers to accurately judge what they refer to. One particularly vocal researcher claims that these last two albums, plus the bands collected posthumous work, are all clues relating to the true life of Alexander Ducant; however, many other authorities dismiss this claim, as the lyrics of several of the tracks would require the subject to still be alive today.

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