Joe Jermano | The People Inside

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The People Inside

by Joe Jermano

Rock music with a dash of Pop sensibility, Prog influence and World appeal.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Dig (feat. Steve Joslin)
5:08 album only
2. Ruby (feat. Jayme Orr & Jason Hartless)
4:20 album only
3. The People Inside (feat. Jason Hartless)
5:02 album only
4. Pistols and Grenades (feat. Robert Meyers)
4:43 album only
5. Pegasus
3:24 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
The People Inside gives you a peek in to the world of Joe. The desperate call to action on Dig appeals to anyone with an ounce of care in their heart and a penchant for the progressive. Drums pounding, synthesizers pulsating and powerful guitars deliver a gut feeling that the time to act is now. The one that got away and left you for dead is the message in Ruby. A curvaceous offering of Pop sensible Rock that is sure to leave a mark. The people inside feels and sounds like a band you have heard hundreds of times but with a new voice and a bigger band! Take a glimpse inside and take the controls to a ride that is sure to please your vicarious side. Sorry gun lovers, let us now solve our differences without violence, without indignity, without Pistols And Grenades. Groove along and explore a world united and free from the radical domination of modern weaponry. Take a striding and powerful lesson from the tales of heroes. Mythical creatures really are the best storytellers, aren't they?



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