Marrow | Quiet Desperation

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Quiet Desperation

by Marrow

If Annie Lennox and Freddie Mercury sang for Nine Inch Nails, and Aphex Twin produced the whole thing.
Genre: Electronic: Industrial
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  Song Share Time Download
1. High Horse
4:39 album only
2. You Brought It Upon Yourself
2:44 album only
3. Hack
2:47 album only
4. Forgiveness
3:13 album only
5. Morning
3:19 album only
6. Closer
4:32 album only
7. Stop
3:52 album only
8. Knock on Wood
3:59 album only
9. Too Late
3:49 album only
10. Use Me
4:41 album only
11. Out On A Limb
3:29 album only
12. Soldier
4:35 album only
13. There Is No Reason
4:48 album only
14. Eerie
2:30 album only
15. Sad Young Men
4:05 album only


Album Notes
San Francisco industrial quartet Marrow (Erin Fortes, vocals & keyboards; Jeremy Fortes, vocals & keyboards; David Earl, producer; Daniel Berkman, guitar & synth drums) formed in 2005 after completing a successful 5 year run of their \"industrial shock rock opera\", SCABARET!

An 80\'s sound in a 21st century wrapper, Marrow is heavily influenced by and appreciative of the music that shaped their youth (including Nine Inch Nails, The Cure, Depeche Mode and Aphex Twin). However, they also bring a formal classical training to the table, as well as a passion for the melodies found in early jazz, which makes their sound completely their own.

Their album, \"Quiet Desperation\", hits retail on September 16, 2008 and is playfully being called the \"feel bad album of the year\". \"Quiet Desperation\"showcases the different caverns of the \"prison of the mind\" revealing those hiding behind their own fears and doubts, or, in turn, playing the victim, taking on the roles of those hidden.

They\'re supporting the effort with the inauguration of The Society for the Advancement of Despair (SAD). At this fictional facility, listening to Marrow is just one way to embrace your well earned sadness.



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i read about this on it\'s a good album. i really like the harder songs like you brougt it upon yourself and soldier. the alabum artwork is really good too.

Mr. Happy

What A Cool Album!!!!
Marrow's sadness has made me feel so much better about myself and my own life. Before I heard it I was very upset all the time, but now that I know that there are other folks who are way sadder than I am, whew! I can go on and spread sunshine and happiness all over the world. Thanks for sharing this Amazing album, can't wait to see you live... Buy this CD NOW!