Michael Brett | Electrophobia

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Rock: Folk Rock Folk: Modern Folk Moods: Featuring Guitar
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Electrophobia

by Michael Brett

Rock music done acoustically - or "electrophobically".
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Crackdown Blues
2:56 album only
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2. Me And My Clone
5:09 album only
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3. Routine Life
4:47 album only
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4. Let's Fly Away
4:12 album only
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5. Point of View (Pretty Thing)
3:26 album only
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6. Punching Bag
4:51 album only
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7. Fred
4:49 album only
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8. It's Not the End of The World (Don't Let It Drive You Crazy)
4:29 album only
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9. What You Say Isn't Always What You Do
4:29 album only
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10. Simply Stated
2:58 album only
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11. Unhappy
3:41 album only
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12. Poet
3:03 album only
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13. Religious Faith
4:41 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
With his second recording Electrophobia, released in 2002, he decided to move in a different, simpler direction. Trading in the electric guitars and toning down the multi-layered vocal overdubs a bit, Electrophobia is an accurate representation of the rock-folk style he prefers. (He prefers to use the term rock-folk, not folk-rock, because he is more influenced by the Beatles than by Pete Seeger or Bob Dylan). Like done., the lyrics on Electrophobia are part dark, part whimsical, part sarcastic, but completely personal.

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