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Everyday I Get Closer to the Light from Which I Came

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Jon Wiederhorn


Jon Wiederhorn is a senior editor at Revolver, a regular freelancer for Guitar World and SPIN and the co-author of the upcoming book "Louder Than Hell: The Unce...more »

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2013 | Label: Avalanche Recordings / TuneCore

What they don’t tell you in books like What to Expect When You’re Expecting is that once babies are actually born, they cause monumental life shifts. While newborns provide a joyous new beginning for everyone in their circles, they also bring about symbolic and genuine endings. There’s the death of absolute freedom, a fundamental transformation of the relationship once shared with the infant’s mother and the realization that your selfish needs are suddenly far down… read more »

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