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Matt Bankert | You Live, You Learn, You Burn

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You Live, You Learn, You Burn

by Matt Bankert

Varying savory flavors of rock with thoughtful songwriting. Sounds like a band formed by Dave Grohl, Jimmy Page, Tony Iommi, and Johnny Rotten.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Rock Hard
3:32 $0.50
2. Something Bad, Something Good
3:39 $0.50
3. Don't Be an Idiot
3:48 $0.50
4. Dynamite
3:46 $0.50
5. Waiting for You
3:48 $0.50
6. Know the Tree by Its Fruit
4:24 $0.50
7. Economic Stimulus Blues
3:29 $0.50
8. Flood
5:00 $0.50
9. I Wonder Where You Are Tonight
4:22 $0.50
10. Fight Your Programming
6:18 $0.50
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
It can be hard to find music that really rocks but has solid depth to it. This is the music Matt Bankert seeks to create – musical and lyrical stimulation combined. With appreciation for all sorts of rock flavors, from punk, to blues, to metal, to old time rock n' roll, to folk, “You Live, You Learn, You Burn” pushes boundaries without sounding fragmented and disjointed. For Matt, melodies are king. It needs to be hummable to be listenable. Life is a variable experience in constant flux. Matt can variably be a smart aleck, a doomsayer, a smitten lover, a lonely nostalgiac, or inspired humanist if the song demands it. There’s something for everyone on this album. In the end, though, it all comes back to rocking hard.



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