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Uploaded

by Lance Reegan-Diehl

Uploaded is made of L.R.D. material which has, until now, been unreleased. Tracks are from "Unreleased Seoul" 2002, and "Innocent Bystander" 2004. 3 tracks from each album. And 1 new track from 2010 "Interior Motive". A midi guitar soundtrack.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Staus of Force
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2. Two year crush
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3. Shine Na Sarlang
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4. Had enough
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5. Passion
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6. The Mourning
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7. Interior motive (feat. Kenji Onizuka & Svenson)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Lance Reegan-Diehl – Biography 2011


Lance Reegan-Diehl (LRD) – Guitarist / Composer / Producer / Clinician with eleven studio albums to his credit, the most recent “Uploaded” and is available for download on iTunes, Napster, and Rhapsody. His musical work in and out of the studio is a testament to his talent and affinity for creating magic and transferring it to the listener via the digital and analog methods, live performances, and clinics. He stylistically mixes Blues, Rock, Progressive Rock, and Metal all into his unique blend of modern Rock and Instrumental Rock music. Lance is the epitome of the indie artist with the necessary fortitude and drive to succeed in a competitive market. He is the consummate musician, producer, clinician, businessman, and an example to anyone that wants to succeed in the music industry.

Lance's inspiration has a foundation in music and spirituality. His belief is to transfer his enlightenment through music and words. Lance is in a perpetual state of creativity-writing, engineering, and producing other artists while working on his new productions. This process allows continual development to take hold and blossom for him and others that are fortunate enough to be exposed and influenced by this rare far reaching knowledge. Never one to stand still or find complete satisfaction with his efforts, Lance continues to study and explore every type of music and recording technique in order to improve and move his understanding and interpretations to another level. The L.R.D. Band is made up of Lance Reegan-Diehl - Guitar/Vocals/Synths, David Dauberman - Bass, Megan Kim – Vocals, and Karl Auger – Drums and Percussion. The band is an important outlet, as having a solid group to work with allows for exposure and a broader audience appeal.

Lance incorporates an original unification of styles and ideas to create an individual sound found in his music, sessions, and TV/movie spots. When he is not hard at work in the studio, he is touring as solo artist or in his band globally. He has had opening spots with major selling stars, and this continues as Lance and his band perform concerts and clinics for audiences, and on going support for the U.S. armed forces. “From me to you” 2009 release for KBS records Korea sold the guitarist over 36,000units. He is also still involved in Korea's own K-Pop music scene. Doing the studio work and having performed guitar on 5 number one hits in Korea from 2002 to 2009, he is no stranger to Channel V spotlight, MTV, stadium stages, or televised concerts in front of thousands. As well as organizing two of Korea’s largest Indie rock festivals for RocKorea.

In addition to being the ultimate musical multi-tasking magician in the studio and onstage, he passes on his gift as a music teacher and clinician. Lance works from a place that has a strong foothold and understanding of all aspects of music and how the listener perceives it. His lecture topics include dealing with the music business, getting along with people in very close quarters, and ultimately understanding the language of the musician. And with his work in the music field he has become advisor to many different musical product manufacturers and along the way developed his own product line Loop X Systems, and The Effect Rack™.
The artist is endorsed by JTR Guitars, SD Amps, Olympia Strings, Graphtech, Artec Pickups and effects, PG Music, with Loop X systems, and The Effect Rack™. They have their products represented in all LRD promotions, products, clinics, and concerts. Along with the artist appearing and performing at all major music trade shows world wide.


For more information email Lance direct @ LRD@LRDmusic.com or visit his website for more details on his work www.LRDmusic.com





Detailed Discography:


Widgets and Wooden Nickels – Sept., 1992 Lance Reegan-Diehl, LRD Music.

L.R.D. From Canada – July, 1999 Monk Munch Records Korea.

Unreleased Seoul – Aug., 2002 Lance Reegan-Diehl, LRD Music.

Innocent Bystander – Sept., 2003 Lance Reegan-Diehl, LRD Music.

Freak – July, 2004 Lance Reegan-Diehl, LRD Music.

The Monday Night Blues – July, 2005 Lance Reegan-Diehl / L.R.D. Band, LRD Music.

Internal Construction – Nov., 2005 Lance Reegan-Diehl / L.R.D. Band, LRD Music.

Chasing My Reflection - Dec., 2007 Lance Reegan-Diehl, LRD Music.

From Me to You - Dec., 2009 John Valentine feat/Lance Reegan-Diehl, KBS records.

Uploaded – Dec., 2010 Lance Reegan-Diehl, LRD Music.




K-Pop Discography:

BOA – Single “My Sweetie” 2002-2003 SM Entertainment, Korea. #1Hit 2002/03

Fly To The Sky – Live/Session, 2003 - 2004 SM Entertainment, Korea.

RICH – Single “I Don’t Cry” 2002 IVY Music, Korea. #1Hit 2002

People Crew – Single “Last Train To London”(remix) 2002 IVY Music, Korea. #1 2003

Lisa – Live performance and MTV music video’s 2003 and 2006

Sung Shi Kyung – Live/Session performance 2003 - 2004

Evan – Single “Eternal Sunshine” 2007- 2008 TN Entertainment, Korea. #1 Hit 2007

Tony An – Single “Melody” 2007- 2009 TN Entertainment, Korea. #1 Hit 2007






VIDEO:

All relevant LRD footage posted on
http://www.youtube.com/LRDyt




LRD Guitars:

Custom DeeLeeBob design “ZED” – Moses Neck, Graphtech Nut and saddle savers.
Graphtech Ghost system installed for midi and acoustic preamp.

Custom DeeLeeBob Strat “Violet” – Moses Neck, Graphtech Nut and saddle savers.

Custom DeeLeeBob Strat “Freak” – Graphtech Nut and Saddle savers.

JamMate JM400T – USB guitar, graphtech nut installed.


JTR Guitar Elvira – The Elvira is created with a radical body shape for Heavy Metal players and includes JTR custom HOT humbucker pickups. The Elvira provides more high output with full harmonic response for various Heavy Metal effects. A slim neck gives this guitar the speed and playability required for Heavy Metal riffs and solos.

JTR Guitar Rose Ann – The Rose and Rose Anne guitars have a sleek and graceful modern body shape. The new user friendly neck radius gives players more comfort and speed plus allows the guitarist easier access to high fret solos. An angled neck, The Rose Anne is designed as a shorter scale guitar which offers a fatter sound and is easier to play with less string tension.

Fender Squire Strat “Lucy” 1987 – Graphtech saddle savers and nut.

AMPS - GEAR:

1987 Mesa Boogie .50 Caliber.
1985 Marshall Dual channel reverb 100 watt and matching cabinet.
Line 6 Pod Pro Rackmount for studio use.
1998 Marshall 50 watt combo
SD Amps 60watt TR series
SD Amps mini Tube 7watt amp.
LOOP 5X System by DEELEEBOB Music Products.
Axon AX 100 midi converter for midi guitar.
Behringer FC100 foot controller
Behringer Truth Studio powered monitors
BLOW 5 Digital Powered studio near field monitors


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