Mixed People | Shark Attack

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Shark Attack

by Mixed People

Experience a guitar driven, funky, soul fusion band with hints of alternative rock and world music. Add on raw lyrics and smooth vocal harmonies and you have a hard-hitting, mixed musical experience.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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1. Shark Attack
4:57 album only
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2. Can't Get Over You
4:41 album only
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3. Desire
3:34 album only
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4. Window Song
4:43 album only
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5. Music Room
5:41 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Shark Attack EP is a guitar-driven masterpiece. Not only will you find distinct funk rhythms, but you'll taste some jazzy and Latin flavors. Mixed People is a funky, soul fusion band with hints of alternative rock and world music. Raw lyrics and creative vocal harmonies makes for a mixed musical experience. Mixed People was founded by guitarist, Paulette Branson, in August 2012. The name Mixed People derived from colors that bloomed out the whole funk and nothing but the funk. It embraces the love of self and others regardless of our differences. The energy and emotion behind this band will get you dancing on your feet and singing along. Fans have compared Mixed People to Pfunk meets N.E.R.D. or Jimi Hendrix meets Prince. The band is versatile, and always sure to please.
Written by: Paulette Branson
Produced, Mixed, & Mastered by: Kevin J. Frank
Album Artwork by: Gloria Martin
Copyright 2014. Mixed People, LLC

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