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Mary's Jail

by Mary's Jail

Psychedelic, grunge rock
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. I'll Never Belong Here
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2. A Perfect State of Nervousness
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3. Cold
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4. Mary's Jail
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5. Bittersweet
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6. Darkside
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7. Psilocybe
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8. A New Dawn
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9. Secret Garden
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10. Last Goodbye
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11. Song Eleven
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mary's jail was formed during the end of spring 2002 when Christian and Gigi decided to play music together. They also looked for a bass and a drums player and after a couple of mounths Pado and Gian became part of the band. The band consists of Christian (vocals, guitar), Gigi (guitar), Pado (bass guitar) and Gian (drums) and they create rock music with grunge influences sorrounded by psychedelic sounds and a touch of emo/indie rock. In the year 2004 Marys Jail started a co-production with Red House Recordings and David Lenci for recording the first full length album and between December 2004 and January 2005 they went to the studio and recorded eleven tracks.
Red House Recordings is a reference for all italian rock indie market and international artist as : Charlotte Hatherley, Rob Ellis, Mike Davis (MC5) www.redhouserecordings.com

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Fur Mina

Feels like home
As lovers of the grundge movement we immediately connect with this wonderful lo-fi effort. The etheral honesty that existis on this album makes us feel like home. Home for the strange ones. The marginal.
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