Silas Scarborough | Illusion of Gravity

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Illusion of Gravity

by Silas Scarborough

From hard guitar rock to gentle acoustic, it's all here. It starts out hard, softens, and then ends with a bang with lots of Stratocaster lead and fat synthesizers.
Genre: Rock: Extended Jams
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Hardhat
Alan Fraser
3:28 album only
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2. Thumper
Alan Fraser
4:11 album only
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3. Angeline
Alan Fraser
3:54 album only
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4. Too Much or Not Enough
Alan Fraser
4:18 album only
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5. Ocean Ave
Alan Fraser
2:51 album only
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6. Wind On the Waves
Alan Fraser
3:09 album only
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7. Noodling
Alan Fraser
2:50 album only
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8. Epitaph
Alan Fraser
3:13 album only
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9. Transit of Mars
Alan Fraser
3:49 album only
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10. Come On Home
Alan Fraser
4:40 album only
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11. Eyes of the Raven
Alan Fraser
3:16 album only
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12. Playing in the Cemetery
Alan Fraser
4:56 album only
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13. Anthem of the Dead
Alan Fraser
7:50 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Illusion of Gravity is the retro-rock world of Silas Scarborough. Some of the songs are soft, acoustic pieces but most are hard-hitting rock. The music is entirely original and goes out as far as my guitar can take it.

Give a listen to the song samples but keep in mind that just because something starts out soft doesn't mean it will stay that way.

Zendog's review of "Anthem for the Dead" -

"This rips. That Guitar Rig must be one heck of a program. You get great tone out of a Strat with that. You went for an arena feel and nailed that. Reminds me of Pink Floyd off "A Momentary Lapse of Reason." Big intro, big solo breaks. Sparse but meaningful lyrics. Nice package. Where's my lighter."

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Kate MacLaren

Awsome
Alan's CD rocks. A fan from Second Life.
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Sharon Moore

Great CD - if you like to rock, try it out!
Alan,
This is a great CD. I am in love with almost all the tracks. I highly recommend this to anyone out there who loves to rock hard!
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