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by Monsters are not Myths

Monsters are not Myths' acoustic ep combines folk influences with classic and modern rock to find a sound that anyone can relate to. Acoustic guitar and piano fuse together, giving a solid foundation for introspective lyrics with strong melodic lines.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Medicate
3:33 album only
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2. Ego Song
4:40 album only
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3. Blame
4:40 album only
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4. Overflow
3:12 album only
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5. Can't Give You Me
5:10 album only
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6. Stagelight
3:14 album only
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7. Mexico
4:17 album only

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http://www.monstersarenotmyths.com

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Nidhi

Well worth it
The simple fusion of piano, guitar and soft vocals makes this album stand out as a true find. The diversity of the lyrics, from the loss of innocence to mexican getaways are easy to listen to while also asking for further attention.

Blame is a fabulous track, in sound and message. There is a strong sentiment for the lackluster of this day-and-age and how shrouded in consummerism we have become.

Can't Give you Me is an indie-emo song that is reminiscent of early Elliott Smith, and brings up feelings of wanting and missing.

All in all comprable to early Ben Harper or Ben Kweller, it is a great companion on a rainy night at home or playing on your discman as you walk downtown.
A great acoustic album, simple, but not lacking in flavor, Portable Luminare is well worth its price.
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