Mark Roberts | Zero to Sixty

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Zero to Sixty

by Mark Roberts

Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. In Your Groove
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2. Looking for Love in Paradise
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3. Strangers On a Train
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4. Americana
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5. Let the Road
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6. The Lucky Ones
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7. The Need to Feed the Greed
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8. Miracle Mile
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9. The Edge of Love
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10. Blue Skies, No More Rain
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11. Hear Me Now, Believe Me Later
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12. We Know Where the Money Is
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Snooky

Silvieri
Love every song especially "The Need to Feed the Greed" which pretty much sums up America right now and the song really rocks.
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Deborah

Positively Good
This album has it all. There are great ballads, great rockers and everything is so upbeat and positive. "Let the Road" is beautiful. "Need to Feed the Greed" says it all. I'd like to hear some of these songs on NPR introduced as a new artist you should be listening to. Overall, a very cool album to listen to and enjoy.
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Bill

Must be your 60 to celebrate
Most like: "We know where the money is" and "The need to feed the greed". Rocking good. Both could be cool mix in a holdup / scam job type flic. "The Lucky Ones" good road song. Might be election year blech but Americana is less rock-joy. Best country lyrics and instrumentation: "Let the Road", could hear it on Prairie Home Companion. Nice going Mark.
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