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Margins of Society | Disconnected

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by Margins of Society

From reggae/jazz-like “Diminished Returns" to the punchy, in-your-face “Even More”, each song has a unique characteristic while maintaining an overall edgy rock attitude.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Welcome to the Human Race
3:33 $1.00
2. In the Groove
5:01 $1.00
3. Steep Climb
3:40 $1.00
4. Diminished Returns
3:18 $1.00
5. Buy the Name
4:27 $1.00
6. Disconnected
5:07 $1.00
7. A Part
4:12 $1.00
8. Even More
5:08 $1.00
9. Hereafter
4:21 $1.00
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Album Notes
Formed in 2011 out of Atlanta, GA, 5-piece band Margins of Society sets itself apart in the field of rock proving that rock is alive and well.

Encompassing a wide variety of fresh and innovative styles, their new album “Disconnected” is a clear demonstration of Margin of Society’s ability to push the envelope of diversity in the rock genre. From reggae/jazz-like “Diminished Returns”, to pop-rock “Steep Climb”, to hard-driving “Even More”, each song has a unique characteristic while maintaining an overall edgy rock attitude.

Building off the success of their debut album “Marginal at Best” released in 2013, and 1st place winner of the 2014 Sweetwater 27-band battle of the bands, Margins of Society members: Trevor Houck (lead vocals), Greg Harman (drums), Scott Shackelford (guitar), Nick Smith (bass), and Marc Weaver (guitar) drew from a rich landscape of musical influences and experience to create a stirring compilation sure to entertain if not inspire the listener.

No matter your age, background, or even musical taste, album “Disconnected” will have something to which you can relate and connect.



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