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by The Blisstones

The Blisstones latest CD goes from Rock to Pop to Blue Eyed Soul to Swamp Funk for your listening pleasure.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. What's the Rush, Superstar?
3:19 $0.99
2. Hip Hop Dream
2:47 $0.99
3. Been There
3:30 $0.99
4. Come Back to Me Darlin'
2:31 $0.99
5. Cry Baby
3:33 $0.99
6. Runaround Man
3:57 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Here's what has said about this CD: "Yep, they're back, and they still have a hip cool sound. Laura Fay Lewis can play guitar, but more important, it's what she does with the vocals that really directs the band. Oh, she's easy on the eyes too (check the photos page of their website), but that's secondary. As with the band's previous release, the guitar work of Michael Aguirre balances out her voice, complementing it, taking off for solos, providing an easy accompaniment. The songs are not your typical 1-4-5 progressions; there is a bit more at play here, and that works to both Aguirre's and Lewis's advantage. When the structure of the songs is freed up, the pair can examine the numbers, and then improvise. The Blisstones still seem to have just a shade of cowboy cool, as on "Been There," which, though predominantly piano, feels to me like it could be sung on the lonesome prairie. The vibe is laid back, like some old Chris Isaak numbers, sans a guitar drenched in reverb. My favorite cut is the closer, "Runaround Man," which has a lazy slide guitar weaving about, and Lewis singing with a hint of a sneer. Check them out at"



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Angel In The City

This band is one of my favorites out there right now!
A cross between The Pretenders, Blondie and The White Stripes they get better and better with every new CD, and every live show. They have old school chops with a fresh new sound! Slapback makes the perfect gift for a birthday or holiday. All about love, loss, redemption, picking up the pieces and still maintaining a sense of humour about it all. Buy this CD! The production team Christopher Watkins (Preacher Boy) and Andy Saroff have also co-produced, written and engineereed with Eagle-Eye Cherry and Joseph Arthur. Definitely check out The Blisstones myspace site as well.