Attilio | Everything Is Hopeless

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Everything Is Hopeless

by Attilio

A combination of old school and nu school songwriting. A little sardonic, but very melodic. A little jazzy, but creatively very satisfying.
Genre: Pop: Pop
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1. The Center of Downtown
3:01 $0.75
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2. The Sea
4:51 $0.75
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3. I'm Getting Outa Here
4:25 $0.75
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4. The Rumor
4:27 $0.75
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5. My Chances
3:28 $0.75
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6. I Saw the Movie I Read the Book
3:53 $0.75
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7. Everything Is Hopeless
3:28 $0.75
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8. Haircut of the Damned
4:51 $0.75
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9. The Most Depressing Song in the World
3:14 $0.75
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A lifetime as a musician with a penchant for avoiding "real work", the slow spiral downward started at the tender age of 13 in Salem/Portland, Ore., where he played with numerous bands. He opened for The Shangri-Las, Beau Brummels and War, before he detoured off into a solo one-man band project opening for Thomas Dolby and Bruce Hornsby. He also performed on ads for Nike, etc. Still, survival dictated new strategies as he again changed into a solo pianist playing in hotels and 12 years in the cruise industry. He quit just about the time they stopped hiring him. Through out all of it, he kept a private life of composing and recording.
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Attilio lives in St. Petersburg, Florida, very close to the Salvador Dali Museum.

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