Follow The Traveler

by Dirty Old Spice

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Our first self-recorded album.


released September 29, 2011

Vocals: Alexander Schober
Guitar/Vocals: Tom Ivers
Guitar/Trumpet: David Gigl
Bass: Raffael Ziegler
Drums/Keys: Jon Muse-Lee

Produced & Engineered by: Jonas Watzlowik
Recorded at the Watzlowik Basement, Gröbenzell, Bavaria, GER
Photography & Art Direction by Dirty Old Spice
Illustrations by Alexander Schober
Music written by Dirty Old Spice




Dirty Old Spice Munich, Germany

Dirty Old Spice are the two munich based musicians Jon Muse-Lee and Tom Ivers:

They combine two voices with raw drum rhythms and heavy guitar riffs played through several amplifiers. This results in kind of dancy alternative rock music - be part of these guys’ powerful live-show! ... more

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Track Name: James

on a hot warm summer day in the crowded desert of loneliness
there was a shabby old drifter talking about the ocean of holiness

sand and stone
sun and heat
people are alone
on every street

the sun is up can you feel the heat only snakes can resist
the always lying mirage saying nothing of great interest

can’t you see
the desert is free
I wish we could see
can you hear me

walking throw the sand only to pretend
our accompanying restlessness

walking throw the sand only you my friend
are trusting the authority

Lyrics by R. Ziegler
Track Name: Burning Children
Burning Children

12 o’clock you hear some unnormal sound
in a little village suburban town
you can hear some children voices
right now they have no choices

it’s on fire

little children are running away
just for their life
they want to stay on earth
and worth be living
for the life they are given

it’s on fire

you can see burning houses
you can see burning houses everywhere

in a little village suburban town

Lyrics by A. Schober

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