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Adam Turk | The Journey Back

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The Journey Back

by Adam Turk

Guitar driven rock music
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. Hurricane
3:52 $0.59
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2. Breakout!
4:05 $0.59
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3. Paradise
2:46 $0.59
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4. What's Happening to Me?
2:11 $0.59
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5. No Surrender
3:54 $0.59
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6. Whiskey Drinking Girl
4:16 $0.59
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7. In Debt to Money
2:22 $0.59
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8. Rock 'n' Roll
3:08 $0.59
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9. Ridin' High On My Motorbike
3:04 $0.59
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10. Run (For Your Living)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Finally after twelve years since Adam Turk's last release Characters in 2001, we welcome his fourth album The Journey Back. Adam Turk has spent the best part of 18 months constructing and putting together an album mainly by himself,without the crew he had when he recorded the first three albums that was released.
The Journey Back has ten songs that are predominately guitar based, and the vision that Adam Turk had was to record songs that he wanted to record and release years prior. As Adam Turk had total artistic freedom, as well as mixing and mastering duties that he hadn't previously done on his first three albums it was quite a task.
However we now have ten songs that starts with Hurricane and the song deals with that most powerful of natures force, with a great beefy riff throughout the song, which has guitar, bass, piano, and other keyboard sounds and a stormy sound effect of wind and rain.
Breakout! is a song about frustration and wanting to get out of the box, and live life without all of the restrictions we live within.
Ascending to a better world and quite a spiritual song in Paradise, with a clean strumming guitar sound playing pretty throughout this song.
What's Happening To Me is one of two of the songs that are completely different that it's an electronic track with the distorted guitar riff playing intermittently and shows a side to Adam Turk that may be explored in further releases.
Rallying the troops in the powerful anti-fascist song No Surrender starts with a thunderous baggage from Adolf Hitler, then all hell is let loose with battle scene, and then the song begins with heavy guitars and a hard rock and heavy metal drumming to give this track some humph!
Whiskey Drinking Girl tells the story of a woman that likes rock stars, bars and whiskey in this light hearted take on boozy women.
This is the second song on the album that is some what different an this industrial sounding track, In Debt To Money. The song deals with the money problems most of us all face. There are three vocal tracks on the song one being the normal singing voice of Adam Turk, and the other two have had a process of pitch changing where one vocal is pitched down and the other pitch slightly higher, which gives a strange sound to the song.
What's in your soul? Rock 'n' Roll, well that's the theme here in this 3 chord structure rock song. The life of a rock star is also explored with a line about 'the groupies!'
The highway is a place of freedom especially in Ridin' High on my Motorbike. You can imagine the Harley Davidson's chugging along the highway in convoy to the beat of this rock track.
Life is full of surprises and one of which you learn once you leave school is to Run (For Your Livin') That's right boys and girls listen carefully to this song, as it'll tell you, 'Expect to run for your livin'' Great steady rock drums, bass and guitar riff that instantly gets you moving!
Good effort with this album, and I'm sure Adam Turk will be back sooner than you think with some more releases!

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