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Music From The Motion Picture

by Paint

An original funk/rock group from Denver who's talent is only exceeded by it's originality.
Genre: Rock: 90's Rock
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1. Condition Critical (Theme From the Motion Picture PAINT)
3:06 album only
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2. Goodbye Matt
0:43 album only
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3. Simple
3:55 album only
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4. Bring It
5:01 album only
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5. Passenger
5:39 album only
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6. The Chief
1:02 album only
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7. The Cynic
4:47 album only
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8. Who-U-iz
3:20 album only
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9. Too Bad
4:33 album only
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10. We Meet Again...
1:34 album only
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11. Drive
6:11 album only
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12. Disappear
4:47 album only
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13. Steamline
6:07 album only
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14. Arrival
4:41 album only
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15. Doesn't This Just Figure...
1:21 album only
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16. End Credits Theme
4:29 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
I know what you're thinking. You're thinking "Hey, I don't recall there being a big budget action movie blockbuster named "PAINT". Just what these guys trying to pull anyway?" You're right of course; there is no movie "PAINT". PAINT is an original band from Denver, Colorado who thought it would be fun to make their debut release a mock-soundtrack. Fans of the Soundtrack genre themselves, PAINT wanted to make their album as close to the real thing as possible, given the obvious set back of not having a real movie to base it on. They've included a theme song, specially written to be the opening track of the CD; they've included "dialogue tracks" from the fake movie; they even recorded an "end credits theme" which has out-takes from the dialogue track recording sessions. They went so far as actually film scenes from the "movie" from which to take still shots for the CD package.

The end result is a recording that looks and sounds so much like a movie soundtrack, it often ends up in the wrong section at record stores.

"It's true. We have to go into stores that carry our album and take them out of the "Soundtrack" section and put them in the "Local Band" section." Drummer, Todd laments.

If they had to do it all over again would they make the album such a convincing farce?

"Absolutely. We had so much fun making an album AND a movie, we wouldn't change that for anything." Says singer/ guitar player Matt.

You wouldn't do ANYTHING different?

"Maybe we would put a small line on the back telling record store owners to display the CD in the "local" section." Moetz the bass player admits.

"Yeah that would have been a good idea." Todd adds.

Another thing that aided PAINT in their oh-so-convincing portrayal of a movie soundtrack is the diversity apparent in their music. With all the different styles appearing on the album, you could swear it's a compilation. The music incorporates a rich spectrum of genres such as hard rock, funk, rhythmic rooted rock and even swingin' blues.

You won't find the DVD anywhere, but you owe it to yourself to pick up this creative masterpiece of a CD from a group of guys that just might be too creative for their own good.

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