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by Amanda Rogers

Dark, Classical piano layered with Pop melodies and powerful lyrics about the day-to-day internal and external struggles of life, love, and middle America. If you like piano dominated indie music, you will live this record.
Genre: Pop: Delicate
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1. Love In Our Eyes
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2. Daily News
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3. Sophia
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4. Days, They Came And Went
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5. To Whom It May Concern
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6. Everyday Decay
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7. The End
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8. Vancancy
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9. Paper And Words
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10. Sleep
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11. A World Less Blue
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12. Closed Blinds
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Amanda's fourth independent record release (Do It Together Records, U.S.A), this one being her second release by Immigrant sun Records (N.Y), and first release through 2nd Records (EU).
This record is a D.I.Y. Lo-Fi recording showcasing raw and emotional music. No Auto-tune or studio magic, just intimate song writing and performance.
review at interpunk.com:
"This cd is full of lush and beautiful, piano-driven music. It is such a nice break from raaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh, raaah, chugga chugga, raaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhh! If you've ever listened to much Natalie Merchant, this is a much more somber and introspective version of similar music. Her voice fits perfectly with the minimal instrumental background on most of these songs."
review at punkbands.com:
"Her talent at the piano is eminent and a certain calm brushes over me as I listen to the way her fingers brush against the keys. In "Vacancy," her peaceful mood changes to that of emptiness and a loss for words, which is ironically put into words beautifully. Her music too, grows stronger and seems a bit distressed at times. She is a true gem, a treasure to the music industry and Immigrant Sun is lucky to have her. Four stars for Amanda Rogers because she certainly has restored my faith and appreciation for modern day troubadours. "

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