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The Blue Album

by Mark Gentry & Rein Sanction

Treasure of previously unreleased Alternative music from Rein Sanction, circa 1996 for those who remember live, feel-it-in-your bones, music reminiscent of the garage band, live performance era of the 1990's. You've gotta hear this!
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Empty Shell
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2. Hold Me
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3. Cryin
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4. Stray Dog
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5. You
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6. Seven
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7. His Son Let Me In
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8. Plastic Cage
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9. Gotta Live
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10. Can I Wait
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11. Love Ain't That Far Away
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12. Cession
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13. Gage
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14. Come A Day
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15. One To Turn
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16. Last Judgement
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Rein Sanction, aka brothers, Mark and Brannon Gentry and bassist, Daren Bedford, combined in 1996 to put together their third album as Rein Sanction, formerly part of SubPop's Seattle-based Alternative music pantheon of artists like Nirvana, Green River and Tad among others. After parting ways with SubPop, Rein Sanction re-formed and began creating more music that drew fans and crowds to this true to life group that was a key part of the grunge era. "The Blue Album" reflected growth but was true to their generation and fills a much needed gap in between the garage bands of the 1990's and the power house groups of today. A must listen.

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