MP3 David W. Jacobsen - Cubicle Wonderland
Komplettes MP3 Album von David W. Jacobsen
Angegebene Spieldauer: 73:55
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: A diverse mix of pop, folk, rock, and experimentation about hating your job and wanting more from life.
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David W. Jacobsen jokingly explains that the first part of Cubicle Wonderland is about hating your job, and the second part is about hating your life. However, the album’s themes go deeper and express far more.
The first part, "Cubicle in the Sky," contains funny, yet poignant songs about having (or losing) a crappy corporate job. It is kind of like a musical combination of the movies Office Space and https://www.tradebit.com with elements of Dilbert.
The second part, "Wonderland Fades," contains more serious songs about longing, restlessness, jealousy, and loss. It is essentially about wanting a different life from the one you have, and it presents the pain artists feel trying to gain recognition for their crafts. For anyone yearning for a life beyond their reach (or seeking success in the arts), this may be cathartic... or it may make you slit your wrists.
Cubicle Wonderland will resonate the strongest with anyone who has ever sat through a hellish commute, arrived at a crappy job, wondered why the hell he bothered to show up, spent a day dealing with the same old BS, gone home too tired to do anything but watch TV, and thought "this isn’t how I want to spend my life."