RELEASE DATE: Apr 28 2009
The first single from Beyette 's 14-song album, "Change". Available as a one song download on "all the popular online stores" or a physical CD with four bonus remixes: "a down-tempo laid-back ambient groove, a ferociously loud and thumping drum n' bass version , a gothic-industrial overcast, and a percussive, lively acoustic deconstruction." The physical release with the remixes was officially made available on June 29, 2009 at the 7-Eleven Beyette worked at on Brighton Ave, Portland, Maine.
BEHIND THE MILLION FACESEdit
The song was not released as a showcase for Beyette's "virtuoso music performance skills" but rather released as a single because of it's initial public appeal to the name and the words, it got the most attention compared to the more detailed songs on the rest of the album. The vagueness of the lyrics brought separate visions to each listener who would come up with what they thought the song was about. While a lot of Beyette's songs were not vague at all, "but personal and specifically about general things", Beyette enjoyed this new reaction to an abstract song. Along with all the concepts that "Million-Faced Man" would and could describe, Beyette has not been public about the song's actual meaning or even who's perspective it is from.
|2||Million-Faced Man (Chill Mix)||4:27|
|3||Million-Faced Man (M.F.M_D.N.B_R.M.X)||5:02|
|4||Million-Faced Man (Dark Mix)||2:25|
|5||Million-Faced Man (Acoustic Mix)||7:27|