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Project 2

  1. 1. You Don’t Get Time Back is a story of a young man who finds himself on the wrong side of the tracks. Realizing the things he has done over the past years, the people associated with and the choices he made, he wishes he could go back and do it differently. But the past is the past and all he can do is change his mindset and work to rearrange his life. Time is the key defining element to life; it is the moments that we take for granted that shape us the most.
  2. 2. A car is a symbol of freedom, opportunities and pride. My first car was a 1984 Buick Regal but it became my life, my most valuable possession. My personal escape, my project, my toy, my tool. The Regal put me on the fast track to my new lifestyle.
  3. 3. Whether it be staying up through the night to work on a project that I procrastinated on , or enjoying a 3:00 am poker game with my friends, there were plenty of instances where I had the desire to keep going, I wanted more time more then anything else. The people around me taught me the importance of each moment, and to utilize every second you can.
  4. 4. With every moment of my high school career came a valuable lesson. The most important lesson of all those being that the people that are close to me whether it be friends, family, or role models are what have shaped me into who I have become. They have taught me to set goals for myself, they have taught me how to be productive, and have made me an all around more responsible person. Those moments in time, are invaluable.
  5. 5. This album is a tribute to time, every instance, every moment gone by, and every future opportunity to transform yourself and achieve your goals. It is not our possessions that shape us into the people we are, it is the social interaction with those around us, and how we use our time with the materials we are given that defines who we become. Scott Supple
  6. 6. The copyright in this sound recording and artwork is owned by SUPPLE RECORDS and exclusively licensed to all members of the SUPPLE RECORDS CLUB. All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying, reproduction, hiring, public performance, and broadcasting prohibited. Graphic art by Scott Supple 3:00 pm (Clock In) 4:00 pm (Time Gone By) 5:00 pm (You Don’t GetTime Back) 6:00 pm (MomentsTo Remember 7:00 pm (Zero to Sixty) 8:00 pm (ToYour Mark) 9:00 pm (All Nighters) 10:00 pm (Summer Evenings) 11:00 pm (Gone in an Instant) 12:00 pm (Shapes ofTime)