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by Courtnee Fallon Rex

Combining eclectic instrumentation, haunting, dreamy tones with an unforgettably beautiful voice.
Genre: Easy Listening: Soft Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Wounded
7:45 $0.99
2. Back to Black
5:03 album only
3. Psychogirl
5:53 $0.99
4. Black Widow
5:51 $0.99
5. Heavy in Your Arms
6:52 album only
6. House of the Rising Sun
7:05 $0.99
7. Say Something
3:01 album only
8. Hey You
3:09 album only
9. RCW9A.44.050
4:32 $0.99
10. In My Mind
6:03 album only
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Courtnee, best known as the one-woman band "Not Applicable", possesses the unique ability to virtually freeze time with her moving, highly emotional ambient landscapes, combining dreamy tones, creative use of instruments, with an unforgettably beautiful voice. Her work as Courtnee Fallon Rex (formerly Papastathis) has evolved, while still retaining the haunting, creepily exhilarating artistry she is known for.

Not Applicable was an unsigned artist, formerly noted as “One of MP3. com’s fastest rising electronic allstars” after the release of the stand-out track Infinite Reality in 1999. Not Applicable went on to release two albums through which included remixes of her songs - Her original works from "Point of Origin" (1999), and "Altercations" (2000), are now available on the self-release "Autochthon" (2012).

In 2007, Courtnee self-released "Songs of Leaving". The last of the 50-album limited edition run was sold in September of 2011. That same year Courtnee performed her first fully produced live show, "Embodied", released in 2012. Her fifth album, "Keep Going", was released February 14th, 2015.

Courtnee worked with The Dream Traveler (Joey Fehrenbach) creating "Structure" and "Headpusher", released through Fade records (2003). "Headpusher" was featured on Nick Warren's Global Underground release "Reykjavik". She also sang for the band Scribe Machine on their excellent electronic album "Replicant" on the track "Fragile", released as a maxi-single through Plan B and Tower records (2003) and periodically collaborates with the film scoring artist Aaron Marshall (Noct).

Courtnee, an artist as well as a musician, now prefers performing house shows, small clubs and her own art receptions. She recently performed for Amanda Palmer during the Art of Asking book tour in Los Angeles, November of 2014.



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