John's Revolution | Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World

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Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World

by John's Revolution

Brit-Rock ‘n‘ Roll from South Tyrol. Rooted in the 60s and 90s, high energy rock music big on melodies and loud guitars.
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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1. Dreammachine
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2. Pocket Symphony
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3. Thanks My Dear
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4. Cosmos
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5. How The Story Ends
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6. Walk Away
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7. In All Our Glory
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8. Pop Child
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9. Sirens Call
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10. Into Another World
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Rocking in a very british style. Loud, overdriven, open chords, a few liquid guitar lines in support of THAT melody. To create songs you can dance to, drink to and shag to - this is our goal. The main influences are drawn from the 60's and the mid 90's. John Lennon would be keen in playing the triangle for us!

In our two year existence (founded in Summer 2007) we played as support act for Avril Lavigne (in front of 7000 people) and NOFX as well as on various festivals and our own gigs. We believe in our fresh rock melodies and hunting grooves.

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Isabella

"if you dance to the silence you will not find your beat"
The cover kinda says it all. Britpop! Great record to get remembered how great the years with Oasis were and that there is a future for guitar-pop music.
By the way: bitrate ~ 235 k
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