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Troubled

by Arthur Loves Plastic and Lisa Moscatiello

Downtempo deconstruction of acid cabaret.
Genre: Electronic: Down Tempo
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1. Feel the Love
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2. I Can Dream (Exile)
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3. Because of You (Brand New Me)
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4. Drink Alone (Back in Love)
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5. Ashtray
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6. La Musica (Come Sinfonia)
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7. What Happens
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8. Something New
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9. In My Dreams (You're Crying)
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10. Trouble
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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TROUBLED

Troubled is an electronic deconstruction of Lisa Moscatiello's award-winning CD Trouble from the Start. The result is a percolating potpourri from Washington DC's finest jazz and country musicians, fronted by Moscatiello's haunting vocals.

ABOUT ARTHUR LOVES PLASTIC

Arthur Loves Plastic is Bev Stanton. She was born in the Bahamas and raised near Walt Disney World. ALP has won over a dozen Washington Area Music Awards in the Electronica category. ALP's music has been featured in Access Hollywood, Playboy's Sexy Girls Next Door, MTV's Cribs, America's Most Wanted and The Oprah Winfrey Show. Stanton has been described as a "remix master" by the Washington Post and has been editor's choice for music in the Washington Blade's "Best of Gay DC."

ABOUT TROUBLE FROM THE START

If "Trouble From The Start" sounds less folkish than Moscatiello is expected to sound, Stanton is probably responsible.

"Techno-music, hook music, soundscapes," is how Moscatiello describes the techno-instrumentalist. "Her aesthetic was really accessible pop sounds with sophisticated arrangements."

What’s more, Moscatiello says, Stanton served during recording as "the lounge police," making sure the lush, jazzy stylings didn’t cross the line into smarmy.

To further ensure that her music has a sound of its own, Moscatiello performs with musical guests Fred Leider on cello and Phil Mathieu on classical guitar, along with her band, The Space Dots, which features Erik Wenberg (guitar), Robbie Magruder (drums), Jon Nazdin (upright bass), and Harry Appelman (keyboard).

"It’s an arty band," she admits happily. "It’s got some jazz influences, and you can pick that up if you’re musically astute."

(Excerpted from "Moscatiello's love songs delivered in a voice you'll love" By Chris Kocher, Press and Sun-Bulletin)

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