5) Opium and Belladonna [INSTRUMENTAL]

from by Keegan Ostrowski

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This song is rather emotionally heavy. The entirety of the song focuses on when Keegan discovered his exgirlfriend was hiding an addiction to smoking opium and abusing wildflowers, thus the title coining the "classic" pair of drugs, "Opium and Belladonna".

The track is split up into three main sections. The first talking about the drugs involved, the second talking about his perspective of helplessness, and the third describing her perspective of frustration.

The song depicts the way everyone handled the emotion or circumstances corresponding to the timeline in which these events unfolded, including the viola solo, (the drug den), the second solo (throwing care to the sky and getting drunk), and a few other situations.

If you pay attention, it also recurs themes from Inaugural into their full themes.

This song incorporates themes from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, and we do not claim ownership or originality on any of the themes besides how they are placed in my music.

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from The Ilusen's Fallacy [INSTRUMENTAL], released September 8, 2018
Guitars: Keegan Ostrowski
Bass: Linus Klausenitzer
Drums: Marco Minnemann
Violin: Ryan Cho

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Ilusen's Fallacy San Diego, California

7-string progressive death metal, written by multi-instrumentalist Keegan Ostrowski located in San Diego.

Music composed, mixed, and mastered by Keegan Ostrowski.

7-string guitars recorded by Keegan Ostrowski

7-string fretless bass recorded by Linus Klausenitzer

Percussion and drums recorded by Marco Minnemann

Writing started 2013

88.88 minutes
(1:28:52.52)

Demo'd 8/8/16
Released 9/8/18
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