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[Above, from left: Jill O'Sullivan, Rod Jones, "Anaboliset Aineet" Scott Hutchison]

Words: Stevie Kearney

The start "Anabolika Definition" of October sees a vast array of Scottish musical talent come together to help promote awareness of issues surrounding mental health in the country.

The aim is to raise awareness of the role arts and creativity can play in helping those struggling with mental health problems, and the line up of musicians involves some of the nation's finest talents.

Live performances are set for Edinburgh (HMV Picturehouse) on 1 October and Glasgow (O2 ABC) the following night, as part of the 4th annual Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival, which runs until 24 October.

In Comprar Levitra addition, an intriguing sounding album "Oxandrolone Powder India" has been Bolt 200m created, utilising the skills of Jones, Pollock, Polwart, Hutchison, Yorkston and Roberts, as well as The Twilight Sad's James Graham, Jenny Reeve of Strike the Colours and Sparrow and the Workshop's Jill O'Sullivan.

The album, which will be available in CD format exclusively at the two gigs, was the result of a week the musicians spent together in a Perthshire house, writing and recording the final collection. As an extra incentive, the physical copies of the album feature artwork by Deca Durabolin Replacement former Arab Strap man Aidan Moffat.

Writing on the Frightened Rabbit website, Hutchison expressed his delight at how the album came to fruition: "At the time, it had no name in fact it had no songs, which is why a handful of us were called upon to collaborate for the best part of a week to write the album together. Eventually, each day did bear fruit, and the results are now recorded and ready for release".

After the event, the album will be available to download from the Fruit Tree Foundation website, where there are currently two bonus tracks available for free.

Isabella Goldie, head of The Mental Health Foundation in Scotland, said: "This music project gives people a chance to reflect and consider Equipoise Bloat what we can all do collectively to improve mental health within our society".

"The artists have shown their commitment to the issues and now we hope the public will do likewise by coming along to "4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone Ireland" the gigs and supporting the project," she added.