I find all of Amigo's work to be captivating, amusing and thought provoking. Each ep has its own variety of flavors. With Decompositions the following thoughts come to mind:
Hell and You is an adventure in love, obsession and commitment, with a dash of dark humor, to the point of bequeathing ones soul.
For a Few Good Men walks the line between between faith, a broken relationship and a snuff film. It brings into light an openness to others beliefs, while also contemplating the hopelessness of existence.
One Kind of People is a humorous romp through the playground of life, where tongue in cheek humor with an upbeat look at where every living being ends up, regardless of how they do it don't live.
Stick around at the end for a improvised, entertaining "hidden" track that I haven't found on any other digital music source beyond bandcamp.
Thanks for the great music Danny and Haley!