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Guilty Until Proven Innocent

by Chaos

I know this is usually so not rock and roll, but imagine if you will a hirsute group of middle aged American male mammals, specifically humans, living in New Jersey USA and even though they're hairy and old creating a great 2017 rock and roll record!
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Feeling Enraged
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2. Born Free
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3. This Means War
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4. Gravitate Me Home
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5. Day After Day
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6. Mean Something
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7. This Is How We Roll
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8. Lemmings
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9. Whatever
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10. Terra Firma
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11. Roadhouse Blues Live (Live)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
CHAOS ARE:

THE JOJE vocals
PAT CIOFFI guitar, vocals, bass, drums
LUKEY SILVER bass, guitar
NICKI SILVER drums, bass
SCOTT WILSON drums

Produced by MATT MAROULAKOS at The Den Recording Studio, Woodland Park NJ USA

1. FEELING ENRAGED (cioffi, malone, silver, wilson) 3:42
2. BORN FREE (cioffi, malone, wilson) 4:14
3. THIS MEANS WAR (cioffi, malone) 4:54
4. GRAVITATE ME HOME (cioffi, malone, silver, silver) 4:27
5. dayafterday (cioffi) 3:57
6. MEAN SOMETHING (cioffi) 4:05
7. THIS IS HOW WE ROLL (cioffi, malone, silver, silver) 4:43
8. LEMMINGS (cioffi, malone, silver, silver) 3:55
9. WHATEVER (cioffi) 3:44
10. TERRA FIRMA (cioffi, malone, silver, silver) 5:08
11. ROADHOUSE BLUES LIVE (the doors) 4:47

chaos contact info: 917-273-7727
chaosrocknroll@yahoo.com
you can also google THE JOJE or CHAOS: A NEW JERSEY ROCK AND ROLL BAND

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Laura Golden Bellotti

Gravitate Me Home!!
Probing, darkly potent...gravitate m e home, JoJoe!
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bellottii bellottii

Anything but Chaos
Chaos is anything but chaos. This band is a tight knit group of musicans playing extremely well together with well worked out arrangements that still sound spontaneous and hard driving. Cioffi has come up with some great guitar parts and hooks and sticks tight
with his drumming JOJE'S vocals have an attitude that is right on target to convey the angst of the lyics that contain many memoable lines On first listen this is War and Gravitate me home are stand outs... but the more you listen the more you'll find special moments
in every cut
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Chaos GUILTY UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT

BEATING WITH A FEELING
REVIEW OF GUILTY UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT BY CHAOS
Reviewed by Pam Malone

This CD beats with feeling. Ten very original songs, ending with a Doors cover. The Morrison influence is strong, as well as Mick Jagger and David Bowie. The music is an interesting mix of rock and rap, and the lyrics are worth paying attention to.
This is not a “happy” song fest. The running theme is lost youth, growing old and not knowing which way to turn. In the song, “Born Free” the vocalist ends by crying out, “I’m not free.” In the song, “Lemmings” he repeats “We are all lemmings.”
One of the outstanding songs is “Born Free”. Chaos turns the clichéd song on its head, repeating some of the original lyrics with flattened affect, and then lamenting, “we start out feeling young and tall…grow up twitching in the dining hall…as you get older you wobble and fall.” Which sums up the pervading theme of the whole album. Innocence lost.
The stand out song for me is “Gravitate Me Home.” It has a nice rock and roll beat, plus rap. The singer is confused, feeling the “chaos” which the group has aptly named itself. He wants to gravitate home, but admits toward the end he doesn’t know “where is my home.” And then he bursts out with his sense of loss, and even guilt for his present state, “I was a child divine…now I’ve fallen from grace.”
Besides the strong vocals by Joe Malone, and Pat Cioffi, the electric guitar work is outstanding (guitarists are Pat Cioffi, Lukey Silver, and Nicki Silver). In the intro to “Feeling Enraged” there is an interesting Middle Eastern riff, and in “This Means War” a haunting, keening, electric guitar intro.
All in all, this album is worth checking out, especially if you’re in tune with the angry, questioning zeitgeist of our times.
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