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Black & White

by Huetensil

High energy guitar based rock featuring honest, intelligent lyrics delivered with stunningly versatile vocals. Combines pop, progressive, alternative and acoustic folk.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Want Too Much
3:44 $1.29
2. Last Night
2:36 $1.29
3. Tonight (The Carbon Wars)
3:53 $1.29
4. Executioner's Song
3:34 $1.29
5. Fear & Longing
4:12 $1.29
6. Nothin'
3:29 $1.29
7. Mr. Curry's Troubles (The Ballad of Edward Snowden)
2:25 $1.29
8. Simple
3:32 $1.29
9. Maybe It's Time
3:43 $1.29
10. Wake Me Up
3:06 $1.29
11. Let's Pretend
4:17 $1.29
12. King
3:41 $1.29
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Album Notes
Loud and soft. Love and hate. Life and death. Opposites. Extremes. No middle ground. No gray area.

Huetensil chose the title of his debut album for it's depiction of extremes, it's reflection of opposites, contrast. Black & White is also a fair representation of the music contained therein. Both in subject and style. The songs delve into the extremes that life holds for us, while highlighting some of the compromises that we make, maybe unwisely. This is nothing new for Huetensil, whose lyrics have consistently explored tenuous or botched relationships and societal failures with poignant sincerity. Life is complicated and let's face it, the extremes are where the excitement is. Opposites do attract after all. Besides, life can be pretty hard and dull in the gray.

While a majority of the album would be classified as guitar rock of one form or another, Huetensil includes a few songs that stretch that definition.

“(Wygmans’ voice) swoops and soars and whines and pulls delicious little melodies out of thin air.” - Sid Sibley, In Your Speakers

“... Hugh Wygmans has chops to burn and a knack for melodies that linger long after the song is gone.” - Mike O’Cull, Illinois Entertainer

“Huetensil goes from regular singing voice to falsetto to absolutely ass-kicking screaming flawlessly, effortlessly,
seamlessly.” - Ozone in the AM, The National Police Gazette



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