John Mamone | Order and Chaos

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Order and Chaos

by John Mamone

"Order and Chaos" is the highly-anticipated debut album from Canada's John Mamone. It is a collection of melodic hard-rock, reminiscent of the original pioneers of heavy metal.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Unlived
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2. Burn 'til There Ain't No Nothin' Left
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3. Order and Chaos
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4. Magnus Tempestas
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5. Mastermind
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6. For Heaven's Sake
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7. Lucky 7
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8. Razor Jam
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9. Madness
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10. Impulse and Adrenalin
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11. Still Waters Run Deep
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12. Gimme More Bullets
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, John Mamone has been active in the professional music scene since 1988. Since then, he has performed on stage in thousands of live performances, appeared on numerous recordings and his music has been licensed by MTV in various television programs.
"Order and Chaos" is Mamone's solo debut hard-rock/heavy metal album. Mamone played all of the rhythm guitars, bass and keyboards, and performed all of the lead and harmony vocal parts himself. To the give the recordings the edge he was looking for, he recruited the best metal musicians from his hometown. Mike Cotton, the extraordinary drummer from DEATHMARCH, played all the drum parts, while session guitarists Kelly Kereliuk and Lee Nedich played all of the guitar solos on the album.

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