Odd Normality | A Taste of What Was

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A Taste of What Was

by Odd Normality

Instrumental rock music that veers from the norm.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Prelude/Crunch
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2. Gone Too Far
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3. Midnight Snakes
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4. Lure of the Sirens
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5. The Beef
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6. Whiplash
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7. Sludge
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8. CoolBeans
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9. Nothing
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10. Moonglaze
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Odd Normality started in 2006 as the brainchild of composer and guitarist Adam Biser. A rock group formed around those musical ideas and they began performing in 2008.

A Taste Of What Was, originally released in 2011, represents a fraction of the music played over a three year period. In it you will find a unique blend of various styles from jazz to rock to classical to avant-garde and will give you a taste of what Odd Normality represents.

If you are interested in instrumental rock music that veers away from the norm, grab a copy of A Taste Of What Was and you won't be disappointed.

Odd Normality is
Adam Biser - guitar, theremin, composer
Scott Carter - bass
Dwayne Caudill - drums, percussion

Tracks 1-5 were recorded at Dwayne's house.
Track 6 is a segment from "Tennessee Bump" recorded live on September 19,2008.
Tracks 7-10 were recorded at Bingham Recordings.

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