Hawaii: Part II is the first album by ミラクルミュージカル, Joe Hawley's solo side project.

Hawaii: Part II
Album art
Released December 12, 2012
Length 45:27
Producer Ross Federman, Joe Hawley, Bora Karaca

History Edit

The album began to come together immediately following the beginning of Tally Hall's hiatus in fall 2011. Joe worked closely with his co-producers Ross Federman and Bora Karaca, and recruited additional contributors from across the country to collaborate on the project.

Some of the songs derived from demos Joe had accumulated from as early as 2005, but others were written specifically for the project.

The project is described as "Genre of infinity, which is expressed through hologram",[1] and features themes of outer space, ancient mysticism, tropical paradise, parallel universes, love, death, and magic.

Vocalists and contributors to the album include Rob Cantor, Zubin Sedghi, Madi Diaz, Stephanie Koenig, Cyndi Lynott, Ashley Renee, Charlene Kaye, Shane Maux, Alison Hanna, Andrew Laurich, and Ryan Brady.

Track Listing Edit

# Title Writers Lead Singers Duration
1. "Introduction to the Snow" Hawley Hawley 1:41
2. "Isle Unto Thyself" Hawley Hawley 3:47
3. "Black Rainbows" Federman, Hawley Madi Diaz, Hawley 2:30
4. "White Ball" Hawley, Karaca, Sedghi Sedghi, Stephanie Koenig 3:35
5. "Murders" Hawley Hawley 3:43
6. "宇宙ステーションのレベル7" Hawley, Karaca Karaca 3:23
7. "The Mind Electric" Hawley Hawley 6:13
8. "Labyrinth" Hawley, Shane Maux, Charlene Kaye Shane Maux, Charlene Kaye 2:33
9. "Time Machine" Cantor, Hawley Cantor, Hawley 4:12
10. "Stranded Lullaby" Hawley, Allison Hanna Hawley 3:43
11. "Dream Sweet In Sea Major" Hawley, Karaca, Allison Hanna Hawley 7:00

Trivia Edit

  • The album features contributions from Zubin, Rob and Ross.
  • "The Mind Electric" was originally known as "Inside the Mind of Simon" and was recorded, as a demo, under that title with slightly different lyrics.

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