Jupiter Crying | Some Semblance of Sanity

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Some Semblance of Sanity

by Jupiter Crying

Driving rock with solid riffs, catchy hooks, and rich instrumentation.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. I\'ve Seen That Look Before
4:34 album only
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2. Inside Your Heart
4:31 album only
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3. Keeping Score
3:55 album only
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4. Whenever, Wherever
3:21 album only
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5. Boiling Point
2:31 album only
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6. I\'ll Make It
3:51 album only
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7. September Morning
4:04 album only
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8. Girls Just Want to Have Fun
3:56 album only
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9. More Than Meets the Eye
4:07 album only
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10. The Vision
5:03 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Jupiter Crying is a musical journey that combines rock ‘n roll riffs and catchy hooks with rich instrumentation and thoughtful musical arrangements. With its guitar-driven driven rock sound flavored with pop sensibilities and hints of orchestral and jazz influences, Jupiter Crying’s new release “Some Semblance of Sanity” blends the best of many worlds into its unique sound. While having a big sound with full arrangements, most of the music on the CD was performed by Jean-Claude Amitie, a multi-instrumentalist from Austin, TX. Jean-Claude (also known locally as J.C.) has played with several bands in the Austin area but recently decided to arrange and record this largely solo effort that certainly doesn't sound like a solo recording. A sound that is larger than one individual deserves a name that is larger as well. Thus Jupiter Crying is born.

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