Markus Albert | Les Nuits Blanches

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Les Nuits Blanches

by Markus Albert

Some hard, some sweet, but always catchy. A experimental and diversified passage from Rock to Fusion.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Aliens Stole My Brain
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2. That Girl In the Corner
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3. Angus' Feverish Dream No.5
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4. Quantum Cheesecake
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5. The Tuna Who Got To Know Tomatoes
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6. A Sundays Torturing Silence
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Album Notes
'Les Nuits Blanches' – literally translated it means 'white nights', but the French use it to describe 'staying up all night'. I chose that title because all of the songs on 'Les Nuits Blanches' were composed and recorded between 10 pm and 3 am.

While it is guitar-driven,'Les Nuits Blanches' isn't just another guitar hero album. Sure, there are plenty of guitar fireworks and speedy licks to be found on it, but they are there to serve the songs and not simply to showcase technical prowess. Melody is the hero, and you can sing along with every single one of the six catchy tunes. And like the nights they were composed in, some are hard rockin' and crazy, some are sweet and mystic. Rock, Fusion and Blues – 'Les Nuits Blanches' draws on them all. Enjoy!

"Emotional, inspired and intelligent guitar playing that deserves a wider audience."

"All in all the whole album has a professional and soulful feel, I was suprised yet again that there are still unknown magicians out there in the sonic arts."
Mark Thompson



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Great playing and compositions! It's stunning and inspirational.