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by E19

Reminiscent of 80's melodic rock bands, catchy hooks, melodies, fat production, tons of guitar. This album contains the "melodic rock" greatest hits from a few of Gary Schutt's solo albums, featuring a remix of She's Letting Go and Stranded live.
Genre: Rock: 80's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. She's Letting Go (2014)
4:33 album only
2. Stranded
6:21 album only
3. I Guess I'm Still in Love
4:01 album only
4. Don't Come Crying to Me
4:12 album only
5. Do You Still...
4:23 album only
6. This Might Be the Last Time
5:37 album only
7. Behind My Back
4:33 album only
8. Left in the Dark
4:47 album only
9. Only You Know
5:57 album only
10. Breathing You In
2:53 album only
11. I Won't Be Here
5:11 album only
12. Stranded (Live)
6:44 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
The greatest melodic rock band to never make it out of the 80's!
E19 are five guys from New Jersey that, somehow, never left the 1980's. They still have their teased up big hair and still wear the same clothes that they did 30 years ago at their club shows and prom gigs. Never landing a big record deal, they still believe that someday they will be discovered and be the biggest band ever.
Actually it's Gary Schutt's early, unused song catalog!
The band is named after the practice room at Berklee that, for some reason, was popular with all the metal bands, having the nickname "Metal E19". Schutt started writing original compositions about 1984 and initially recording ideas from cassette to cassette deck then eventually recording and performing all the instruments in his parent's basement on a 4-track recorder, and well into and after his stay at Berklee College of Music.



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