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Joe Ray Realité | Carnival Romance

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Carnival Romance

by Joe Ray Realité

Moody, electronically tinged rock reminiscent of early Bowie, Siouxsie & the Banshees,  & Talking Heads. A mixture of garage, goth, psychedelia, & psychobilly, with a bit of NIN thrown in, takes you on a deep, dark & seductive trip through life's funhouse
Genre: Rock: Punk-Pop
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1. Ether Rider
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2. The Night Visitor
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3. A Brief Moment in Time
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4. Dangerous
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5. Irradiance
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6. Possessed
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7. The Spiderwoman's Proposition
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8. Contagion
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9. ICU
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Inspired by everyone from Link Ray and Hasil Adkins to Davids Bowie and Byrne, Sisters of Mercy and Beck, Joe Ray employs a variety of styles to tell his tales of connection, conflict and hope of resolution.

From blues mutilations through hints of rockabilly to sometimes rousing, sometimes moody, electronically tinged rock, Carnival Romance takes a stroll down the midway at the traveling amusement show of human (and inhuman) relationships. You'll find bright lights and low-lifes, creaky rides and rigged games of chance, the Spiderwoman and an ether rider. Hit play on Carnival Romance, and you enter a weird funhouse whose every room tells a strange and wild story.

Relationship: the way in which two or more people or things are connected

Romance: A fictitiously embellished account or explanation

Carnival Romance: A fanciful sideshow of relational exchanges, excuses and excesses.

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