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"I wrote the record how the record had to be written," he points out.

"I took the subject matter and I translated that into music." The songs range from the dreamy, Pink Floyd–ian "Champions of Nothing"–replete with guitarist Rob Bruno's soaring David Gilmour–style solo–to the mid-tempo stomper "The Devil's in Your Details", which was cowritten in 2005 with former Age of Electric and Limblifter member Ryan Dahle, who sits in on lead guitar.

Several songs feature just ace local skinbasher Pat Steward (Bryan Adams, the Odds) on drums and Good on everything else.

He wrote 12 of the 15 tracks himself, but did look for outside inspiration from the Dead Kennedys, whose "Moon Over Marin" gets a mellow make over.

The loft is basically one giant room, but it suits Good's purposes well, and Casey and Benj aren't complaining.

Against one wall sits the computer station from which Good regularly communicates, through extensive blogs, with his dedicated fan base.

"You wonder why city council, before going on break, votes themselves a pay raise," he grumbles, "then defers the subsidized-housing issue to a later date.

With his greasy, unkempt hair, worn jeans, and thrift-store T-shirt, Good could easily be mistaken for one of the disenfranchised Downtown Eastsiders smoking crack five storeys down on Cordova.

He feels an affinity for the wayward souls just scraping by in his neighbourhood, and living on the fringes of Skid Row has definitely had an impact on the tone of his new CD.

I woke up in the hospital and they said I took in excess of 45 [pills].

Given the nature of that, I had to willfully commit myself to the psychiatric ward."Good's first self-produced CD, Hospital Music was written during his recovery.

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