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Rock: Adult Contemporary Folk: Folk-Rock Moods: Mood: Brooding
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Damaged Goods

by Katherine Aelias Band

These songs are a tribute to the many emotional challenges and scars that we all experience in life, making us into the more complex and interesting people that we become. We are grateful for the opportunity to create and share this music.
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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1. Wanted
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2. In the Light of Day
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3. Damaged Goods
4:46 $0.99
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4. Lost
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5. Angry Little Song
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6. Street Spirit
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7. Freddy's Song
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8. Spell
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9. Moon
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10. Tonight
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11. Summertime
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12. Numb
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

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Album Notes
Katherine Aelias Band
- Katherine Aelias Band is a soft, folk rock type of music. Listening to it, a few other women vocalists come to mind, especially Jewel. However, the rhythm is a tad more upbeat than the famous Jewel. Her strong, soothing voice has a reference to Madonna's as well.

The Aelias Band has powerful and meaningful lyrics for the listener to hear. The setting of the band is them playing at a smoky, downtown bar, rocking out to their original sound, luring the crowd with the tantric beats and hypnotic vocals.

Listen to the band's latest album, Damaged Goods for a different, cool, calm and collective feel to folk music.

Reviewer: Caissa Chesanek

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