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== Album contents ==
 
== Album contents ==
''October Rust'' has the most ballads and least doomy of any Type O album. It is melodic and has sludgy guitars, piano, synthesizers, and programmed drums. "[[Bad Ground]]" is a 38 second "joke intro" comprising only of low-level buzzing meant to sound as if the listener's speakers are incorrectly plugged in. The second and fifteenth tracks are spoken word [[Intro track of October Rust|intro]] and [[Outro track of October Rust|outro]], respectively. Another production technique employed on the album is the use of very abrupt endings and segues to a few of the songs, like "Green Man", "Red Water (Christmas Mourning)" and "[[Haunted]]".
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''October Rust'' has the most ballads and least doomy of any Type O album. It is melodic and has sludgy guitars, piano, synthesizers, and programmed drums. "[[Bad Ground]]" is a 38 second "joke intro" comprising only of low-level buzzing meant to sound as if the listener's speakers are incorrectly plugged in. The second and fifteenth tracks are spoken word intro and outro, respectively. Another production technique employed on the album is the use of very abrupt endings and segues to a few of the songs, like "[[Green Man]]", "[[Red Water (Christmas Mourning)]]" and "[[Haunted]]". "[[Cinnamon Girl]]" is a much heavier cover of {{wp|Neil Young}}'s song of the same name.
   
"[[Love You to Death]]", "[[My Girlfriend's Girlfriend]]", "[[In Praise of Bacchus]]", and "[[Cinnamon Girl]]" are the four singles released from the album, the most of any Type O album. "My Girlfriend's Girlfriend" is unique for the album that it has 1960s psychedelic riffs. "Cinnamon Girl" is a cover of {{wp|Neil Young}} where Type O made it much heavier.
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The lyrics on this album are mainly about love and death, as in "[[Love You to Death]]".
 
"[[Green Man]]" has the instrumentation that makes them feel warm and invited while being out in the nature and talks about Green Man's fascination into nature and covers all four seasons. "[[Red Water (Christmas Mourning)]]" is a dark, sadful song with jingles that recalls four members of Pete's family died since the previous Christmas including his father dying on Christmas morning. "[[Wolf Moon]]" is about him giving cunnilingus to a lover like a werewolf devouring a prey.
 
   
 
== Tracklist ==
 
== Tracklist ==
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