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Hello, folks... this is the page so many have been waiting for. Unfortunately we don't have our latest sound on here, but we still play these tunes so it's OK. We generally sound "edgier" live; not so controlled. Some people like the studio stuff better than the live sound, but most people seem to prefer the energy of the live sound!!

These MP3s are NOT streaming, so they will download to your hard drive. You will need to pop up an MP3, or the RealAudio player, or any media player which can handle MP3 format files. If you have a problem, send some e-mail to me from our E-mail page. Please check this page periodically!!!! Hopefully more stuff will be showing up here.


Hit the HOT button to the left. This is the intro from "Starry Eyes", off the Scarlet Thread recording. Even though the feel is not as progressive as some of the other tunes, I've always liked this tune. It's a bit hooky, but has nice feel to it. The song is about seduction, not just the physical kind we are all too well aware of, but the more subtle seductions into materialism, a self-centered humanistic world view...


Hit the HOT button to the left. This is the ending from "Starry Eyes", the tune mentioned above. The ending was intended to give that ethereal, ambient seductive feeling. The song's supposed to be a warning shot across the bow. Take it how you will...


Hit the HOT button to the left. This is one of our "hallmark" tunes. We have done it at every show we've ever done. We have a story about a dude who used to roadie for us. About two years ago, he died in a really horrible way on the job. It was a major shock to all of us. For his funeral, this was the song his fiance wanted played... and every time we play it, we do it for Damien... The song is about making your life count for something by laying it on the line. ALL on the line...


Hit the HOT button to the left. Change is a cool tune, we feel, although we don't do it as often these days. This MP3 is from the "B" part of the tune. Our early tunes often had simply an "A" part, which would involve a verse and chorus kind of flow, followed by a "B" part, which we affectionately refer to as the TSP (Typically Synaxis Part), which we do as dynamically as we can, building to a thunderous climax with the Taurus pedals, keys, drum synth, guitar, vocals, EVRYTHING we can throw at it. This is what you're going to hear in this clip.


synaxians rock on!!!

-dr rock-