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Feed The Machine

by No Connection

Classic rock, brought up to date
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Feed The Machine
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2. Burnin'
2:43 $0.99
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3. Already Gone
2:35 $0.99
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4. Beautiful
2:43 $0.99
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5. Don't Need Your Love
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6. Right Place Wrong Time
2:54 $0.99
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7. If Only (You Like I Do)
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8. God & I
4:44 $0.99
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9. Take It From Me
3:05 $0.99
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10. Love The Illusion
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11. Pity The Fool
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12. Got Your Number
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The forth album from England's leading exponents of 21st century classic rock.

12 new original tracks on one great album.

1.Feed The Machine - Opening monster with attitude
2.Burnin' - Flame grilled punk rocker from the video game FLATOUT
3.Already Gone - HEY!!! We don't like religion
4.Beautiful - Jazzy, funky and lovely
5.Don't Need Your Love - 'To the point' classic rawk
6.Right Place, Wrong Time - Big guitar rejection sympathiser
7.If Only (You Felt Like I Do) - Blues tinted soul number
8.God & I - The Big Guy understands. Detuned cruncher
9.Love The Illusion - 'Dangerously close to country music' beauty
10.Take It From Me - Boogiesque emotional release tune
11.Pity The Fool - Mr. T unrelated acoustic magic
12.Got Your Number - 'Back In Black's' missing sibling

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Ralf from Germany

it rocks
this sound makes fun and really rocks
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JM

Somebody Play This!
Obviously, we can't depend on corporate radio to play this.They are too busy pushing old Metallica CDs or the new Ashley Simpson album(Hey, Ashley! lip sync this, baby!)


If you like the old school sound(ala Deep Purple, Nazareth, Queen etc.) with 21st Century rejuvenation, buy this CD!

And the nest time you drive by a car with bass dominated hip-hop/ rap crap, crank this puppy up and watch them glare at you.It will be worth it!

Rock on, NC!
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