Great Red Sharks | Underwhelmed Is an Overstatement

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Underwhelmed Is an Overstatement

by Great Red Sharks

Indie Rock heavily influenced by 90's Grunge and Alt Rock, as well as 60's and 70's Classic Rock.
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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1. Today Is Tomorrow, It Happened.
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2. Ghost of the November Bell
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3. Castles in the Air
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4. Babou Is Kind of a Loner
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5. Cobblestone
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6. Volo Inanis
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7. Grey Shapes
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8. The Perfect French Garden
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9. Darren Daulton and the Fifth Dimension
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Growing up on a steady diet of Classic Rock from the 60's and 70's, yet experiencing the 90's Grunge explosion, in all its flannel glory, can have a profound effect on a budding musician's writing and playing style. After being in a diverse mix of bands ranging from punk, hardcore, blues-rock, post-grunge, and even reggae, Great Red Sharks was born under the sole premise of writing music without the boundaries of trying to fit into an archetypal genre, nor conforming to traditional writing styles. Once free of the bondage of both the "there have to be two guitars, a bass, drums, and vocals", and "there has to be intro, verse, chorus, verse, chorus, bridge, chorus, outro", the music was able to be written and performed in a more "play what sounds good" kind of way, and therefore turned out to be much more fulfilling than trying to write an album that sounded like a specific genre. Anyway, please enjoy!

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