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Feckless Beast

by Feckless Beast

Smart, wry, tuneful, dark-humored rock for fans of angst, guilt, fear and betrayal.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. Face
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2. Alcoholic
3:46 $0.30
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3. Forlorn
3:27 $0.30
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4. Typecast
3:48 $0.30
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5. Don't Entertain Me Twice
4:08 $0.30
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6. Lazyboy Chair
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7. Every 6 Months
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8. Movie Doggerel
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9. Tennessee
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
We offer you nine songs of angst, guilt, fear and betrayal. Every song was written and recorded spefically to maximize your personal enjoyment. No animal testing was conducted, and no artificial intelligence was added. This is a work of fiction. Any resemblance to any actual angst, guilt, fear, or betrayal is coincidental. All characters are only a test.

We're a four-piece rock band. We formed in a city where there are other bands, and played shows with people you've probably heard of. We live south of punk, west of emo, north of power-pop, in a small town shaded by wry trees.

We recorded at Phase in College Park with our friend Scott McKnight co-producing. Tony Eichler engineered and mixed it with us, and it was mastered by Jim DeMain. We took a song (and our name!) from our good friends the Major Healeys and borrowed one from Game Theory.

We're not interested in playing flavor-of-the-week or follow-the-leader. We're more interested in vocal melodies than the most characteristic emo flag-wavers, but we like their energy level. Once upon a time we were alternative, but now that means something that we're not. Basically, we're more interested in writing good songs than fitting in a particular genre. We hope that shows!

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