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by Jamie Palumbo

Modclass Rock Music, A modern classic rock sound with a subtle Beatle influence in the melodies and lyrics. Great guitar work and strong musical performances by all the musicians. A fresh and exciting pop rock album from beginning to end.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Social Circle
5:02 $1.59
2. Be Brave Brother
3:25 $1.59
3. Good People
4:41 $1.59
4. Special Forces
5:29 $1.59
5. Forever Songbird
4:21 $1.59
6. The Future Is Free
3:24 $1.59
7. We Will Survive
4:46 $1.59
8. Realistic
4:15 $1.59
9. Faith and Hope Grow
3:33 $1.59
10. Comanche (Instrumental)
3:17 $1.59
11. Nothing More to Say
3:17 $1.59
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Album Notes
I am a veteran of the Los Angeles club scene and that being said, I am still alive and well making the best music of my life. This new album is the best album I have ever done and it is my 8th album if you can believe that. Music has helped me to survive a battle with cancer and without music, I am not sure I would be alive today. I gave up getting married and having kids to make music, because I did not want to start a family while I was still struggling in the music business. After I become successful, than I will start a family, I still believe I could have a successful album and realize my dream. I have been performing music in front of people since the age of 8 singing in a church choir and then I picked up the guitar at around age 13. I never stop writing and I have already started the next album, it seems that is always the case with me, I am either working on a current album or starting the next one.



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