November Eve | Buddha's Sin

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Buddha's Sin

by November Eve

A hybrid mix of rock, new wave, post industrial pop, and alternative for the new era of rock music.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Sedation
1:34 album only
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2. Outlet
3:02 album only
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3. The Swallow
3:45 album only
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4. The Happy Maggot
4:34 album only
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5. Duct Tape Solution
2:52 album only
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6. Missing
3:35 album only
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7. Bed
5:30 album only
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8. Underworld Box (resolve)
4:32 album only
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9. 9
0:06 album only
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10. 10
0:06 album only
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11. 11
0:06 album only
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12. 12
0:06 album only
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13. Trk 9
9:02 album only
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14. The Swallow (frustration Mix)
4:25 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
November Eve's long awaited first release is a sonic tapestry of anger, frustration and sorrow. Two years in the making Buddha's Sin is a well manicured album for a freshman release, seamlessly mixing many musical styles, ambient sound scapes and cutting edge effects programming to deliver an album that's tonally rich with lot's of depth.

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Joe (Feddricco) Schmoe

Excellent Freshman Album. Can't wait to hear the next album
This album is another great outing from one of Sacramento's best-known "unknown" singer/songwriters (Nicolaus). The album is rich in tones, textures, as well as heart, and pain. "The Swallow" and "Sedation" are the two tracks that stand out with their moody undertones and big sound. This album has become a permanent part of my online jukebox and I will wait (albeit impatiently) for the second album, which will feature Jimmy on vocals. It is rumored to be in the works and due sometime in early '03. This band has the talent and ear to create the next big thing and this album is proof of that fact! I would strongly recommend anyone in the Sacramento area to check this act out because I suspect they will be the next Deftones or Papa Roach.
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