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Lab Track: #locationlocationlocation

On his last album As Above, So Below, Anthony David came out of the closet as an Atheist. If you missed his video for “God Said” when it made the rounds, you should definitely go give it a gander. On December 6th he will release his latest album, and the first single honors Carl Sagan and his iconic book Pale Blue Dot: A Vision of the Human Future in Space. Living up to his humanistic ideals, the video was shot during a trip to Kenya, and edited by students at the All Walks of Life youth program in Savannah, GA, of which Anthony David is a huge supporter.

Look at the pale blue dot
From here you can only get a glimpse
It doesn’t seem like much,
Seems to be oh so small and insignificant,
Look again at that dot,
For me and my kind, it’s all we know
It’s where we leave our lives, every king, every peasant, every hero.

Chorus:
Where it’s not too cold, it’s not too hot,
We’re Goldilocks and it’s just right.
Where we get to witness every season,
Stars and moons on every night.
Location, location, location, oh, oh
Location, location, location, oh, oh

Starting from this dot,
We can see far to outer shores
Wonder who hears our call
Think about how it started
How it works, and what it’s all for.
Think about what we’ve got,
Whether we know the why’s and when’s
Look at how far we’ve come
Travel in space and time,
What matters most through all dimension

Chorus:
Where it’s not too cold, it’s not too hot,
We’re Goldilocks and it’s just right.
Where we get to witness every season,
Stars and moons on every night.
Location, location, location, oh, oh
Location, location, location, oh, oh
Location, location, location, oh, oh
Location, location, location, oh, oh

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Victor

Trained in the ways of critical thinking and skepticism at a young age by his mother, Victor then learned the ways of atheism during ten years of catholic schooling. He has been a Dj since 1996. a performance poet since 1999, a cheesecake baker and entrepreneur since 2003, and a race car driver since he figured out which pedal was the accelerator, which pedal was the brake and which pedal was the clutch, there is a rumor that there is a video of him doing these four pursuits at the same time...but it is as of yet unsubstantiated.

He is also an avid Formula 1 fan, and would like to add: Go Lewis.

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