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Clouded Son | Unfinished Business

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Unfinished Business

by Clouded Son

Electro-indie rawk goodness: the love child of Magnetic Fields and ELO.
Genre: Rock: Lo-Fi
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1. The Last Word
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2. And The Stereo Says
5:26 $0.99
3. My Private Ocean
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4. Ticket To Ride
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5. Black Letter
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6. No Water
3:37 $0.99
7. Unfinished Business
2:21 $0.99
8. Nothing\'s Good Enough
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9. Apologies
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10. Never Will
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Formed in a bedroom in Memphis, TN, Clouded Son is the alter ego of mild-mannered Robert Jones. Robert's been in some bands that you've never heard of, and has been writing and recording music for around 12 years now. After a move to the Little Rock metro in 2000, Robert lost his way for a while. But that's the past. Due to a compulsive fear of people, the telephone, rejection, and the La Quinta Inn sign, AND an obsession with his 4-track recorder (and ProTools), Robert has never been able to keep a band together for very long. He figures "Clouded Son" sounds a whole lot cooler than "Robert Jones," and it leaves room to eventually create the band of his dreams without having to have a "Robert and the ___" kind of situation. Although Robert & The Flux Capacitors is a pretty damn good band name. Clouded Son is releasing Unfinished Business, his first album that's not a crappy CD-R thing. You should listen to it. Comparisons to Eels, Lou Barlow, and John Lennon all have valid points to them.



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