same places, different times is an album that deserves multiple listens. Whilst its variety of forms and colours is immediately gratifying, subsequent listens reveal further emotional and intellectual complexity. For this work appears to externalize the musings of a perceptive and self-aware individual, someone appraising their self and their circumstances. The album doesn’t hold back, immediately plunging us into an atmosphere of despair in the very first track. Hopelessness is soon replaced by a frantic beat-driven car-chase in which we are pursued by a threatening - and eponymous - vocal.
Listen to music from Mental Health Consumer like Bitter Creek Bluff. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Mental Health Consumer. Mental Health Consumer is a production pseudonym for US-based Brian Ruskin. Mental Health Consumer tracks run the genre spectrum from dance-oriented to experimental soundscapes.
Mental Health Consumer productions began in 2006. Come 2006, Brian had a Doctorate to write, and not a lot of time for much else. Same Places, Different Times (2012, archaic horizon). Secret Treetop Studio (2013, Belive in Billy). Creative Commons rcial-No Derivative Works . United States applies.
I performed a spoken word poem for her and talked with her for a few minutes and showed her my digital poems collages. This is when I started learning that I am more of a performance artist than a visual artist, because she said hearing the poem is shere she felt the power
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The term was coined by people who use mental health services in an attempt to empower those with mental health issues, usually considered a marginalized segment of society.
|1||You're Not Going Anywhere||5:55|
|2||Bloom Out Of Season||3:16|
|3||A Mapped And Filed Life||5:14|
|4||As Soon As We Changed Our Minds, We Met (Live Mix)||5:03|
|5||Familiar Streets And Remembered Faces||14:14|
|7||Do You Think You'll Remember (Live Mix)||9:29|
|8||In The End, Insects And Dust (Live Mix)||5:54|
|9||Late Afternoon, Latest November||5:43|
|10||The Laying On Of Hands||2:21|
|11||A Modest Triumph||3:29|
|AH042||Mental Health Consumer||Same Places, Different Times (12xFile, MP3, Album, 320)||Archaic Horizon||AH042||US||2012|