J.P. Mortier | Nation of Iron

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Nation of Iron

by J.P. Mortier

J.P. Mortier doubles your pleasure with a double album of songs that pulls no punches with songs full of social consciousness.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Sons of Steel
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2. I've Known No War
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3. The End of the Road
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4. House of Corridors
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5. I've Paid
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6. Resurrection
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7. Nation of Phantoms
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8. Cold Distance
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9. World of Steel
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10. Americans
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11. Killers
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12. Industrial Zone One
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13. Who Decides
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14. Kill
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15. Don't Go
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16. Desolation Road
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17. Breaking Point
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18. One Forty Seven
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19. Nation of Iron
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20. Corridors
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21. Shadows
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22. Nowhere to Be Found
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23. Distance
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24. Storm
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
J.P. Mortier doubles your pleasure with an ambitious double album that pulls no punches with songs full of social consciousness.
The album is not a concept album but does follow a thematic path about various aspects of society and our role within it, asking questions about what is our country, how is technology affecting our lives, our freedoms and the rights of minorities, where do we stand regarding religion, wealth, the respect of the environment and other issues that control our lives.
Despite the weight of the subject matter, the songs on the album rocks with a variety of sounds, moods and tempos that is as entertaining as much as it is thought provoking.
The album features the talent of wonderful musicians. Stéfane Pelletier and his amazing guitar playing appears on 5 songs. Beth McKenna, a young saxophone talent, livens up the set with some great solos. Juno award-winning vocalist Sienna Dahlen lends her beautiful voice to the mix. Returning to help out on back vocals is Kimberly Bourgeois. Let's not forget, my old comrades, Sylvain Auclair on bass and Chapman stick and drummer Daniel Grégoire.
Finally, the contribution from award winning sound engineer, mixer and co-producer Bill Szawlowski has been invaluable to the quality of the production. He also has contributed with some choice guitar riffs here and there along with his sons, Ryan and Justin Szawlowski.
Enjoy the album.

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