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by A Choired Taste

Arrowsmith meets Dave Mathews and John Mayer: Alternative Rock eclectic music. Classic Rock with Full Band sound
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Bushy Tailed Cat
5:15 $0.99
2. The Storm
4:34 $0.99
3. The Party
3:49 $0.99
4. God Takes a Break
5:17 $0.99
5. Freedom
2:53 $0.99
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Album Notes
The Title of this album is a verb. These songs "Bitch" about various things wrong with the world, so we thought it would be appropriate. All these songs have deep, emotional meaning to us and we had a blast producing them. Enjoy and hopefully see you soon ! Note this album is short, 5 songs and we've reduced the price accordingly. This way you get a single theme and don't have to buy something you didn't really want! We hope this approach makes you happy. Please let us know: AChoiredTaste@aol.com

Thanks, HP and "A Choired Taste"

We'll have another CD after this, called "Dessert" which will be have sweet, romantic songs.

The album after that will be "Quit Your Bitchin'": back to same topic !!



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Pierre Sauvage

Edgy title with nice politically edgy material. These boys may not win points with past U.S. administrations (is it George Bush who's being skewered here ?) but they sure know how to get their message(s) across from political coruuption in "Freedom" to abuse of nature in "The Storm". They certainly have hit the mark here. It's fresh to feel that societal involvement once again, like the '60's. I strongly recommend this work.