LongRoad | This Too Shall Pass

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This Too Shall Pass

by LongRoad

Alternative rock with aggressive (occasionally passive) hard rock/blues core.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. One Truth
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2. Goin' Blind
3:26 $0.99
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3. Somebody's Princess
4:10 $0.99
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4. Low Ground
4:39 $0.99
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5. Throw Me Down (the hole)
4:20 $0.99
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6. Hopeless Rose
5:11 $0.99
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7. Time Goes By
2:57 $0.99
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8. Taken Away
3:37 $0.99
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9. The River
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10. Slave
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11. Nice To Know
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12. Home
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
LongRoad is an amalgam of three childhood friends hailing from New Jersey and singer Ted Ames, from Coventry, Vermont. LongRoad was formed in January 2005 when the other members met Ted Ames at the Knitting Factory in NYC and decided that the commonality of musical influence and interest among them should be explored further in the studio. The result is the band’s debut CD, This Too Shall Pass, which speaks for itself.

Band members cite influences ranging from the Rolling Stones, Neil Young and Bob Dylan to Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots, Bon Jovi and Metallica. This broad mix of influence has yielded a sound that is alternate rock in nature with an aggressive (occasionally passive) blues core.

“The songs are the product of living our lives,” says singer Ted Ames, “they are an honest mix of storytelling and emotion based upon our experience and observation in and of the world around us.” From the anthemic and rebellious Low Ground, to the “never-have” regret underlying the upbeat Somebody’s Princess, to the forlorn feeling of loss painted in lyric in Home, the band's work is sure to ring true with its fans and critics alike.

Ted Ames - vocals, guitars, harmonica
Pete Fusco - guitars, backing vocals
Tony Mussara - bass, backing vocals
Dave Rettagliata - drums

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Dirk Diggler

Rock is Back!!!!!!!!!!!
In an age of over-produced, homogenized, unoriginal CRAP, these guys go back to the basics of pure guitar rock written and played from the heart. This one doesn't get dusty in my CD rack. Can't wait for Round 2. Highly recommended.
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Sara Smith

This is the Best CD I've heard in a long time!
This is the best CD I've heard in a long time!! track 3 is my favorite!!!
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S Molinaro

good review!
The song The River has a mean guitar sound...loving it!!
Cant wait to hear more!
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melissa schulte

very cool
very cool rock cd. great edgy sound
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Elene Costan

YOU NEED TO GET THIS CD
You need to get this CD - Track # 3 Somebody's princess is sure to be a #1 HIT - GREAT FIRST ALBUM, looking forward to follow up!!!
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Lane

A MUST HAVE
Just buy it and you'll understand, this is sure to become one of your favorites
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Ashley Moretto

So COOL!
This CD is so awesome!!! My favorite song is somebody's princess! All my friends think it's amazing too!
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