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The Cry

by Party of Devils

Sometimes you just want to relax. Sometimes you want to daydream, even at night. Is it possible to do while your head is bobbing and your foot is tapping? Let's find out.
Genre: Pop: Dream Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. On the Road Again
5:24 $0.99
2. Gimme Some
3:59 $0.99
3. Stacking Packing
3:18 $0.99
4. Little Little One
2:25 $0.99
5. Carthago
4:10 $0.99
6. Crystal Death
4:31 $0.99
7. Somebody to Love
3:02 $0.99
8. Lilacs and Honeybees
5:04 $0.99
9. (I Have Seen) a Million Things
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10. The Stars
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11. It's the End of the Road
2:43 $0.99
12. Vor
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Album Notes
"We are old enough to die without it being a tragedy."

That was Peggy in 2009. She then advised Leon that she wanted him to help create an album while they still had the brain cells and ambulatory skills to do it. Basically she had some old songs from Grace Slick, Paul Rodgers, and Mick Jagger that she loved to sing privately or in basement jams, but she wanted them produced and recorded and she wanted to be holding a nice-looking CD when it was all done. They decided to call their collaboration Party of Devils. Two years later, August 2011, the album was self-released. They named it "Homage" because the tracks were mostly their take on songs from their youth, songs that were very near and dear to their hearts. Songs that evoked memories. It was well-received and they were proud to pay homage to some of the giants of the 1967-1977 period. Mission accomplished. The itch got scratched. So was that it? Well, what about recording an album of mostly their own songs? It began again.

After moving from Freehold, New Jersey (Bruce's hopping hometown just west of Beautiful Asbury Park) to their current base in the rugged and steep coal country of Western Pennsylvania, work on a second album accelerated. And here it is. You'll hear all-natural acoustic guitar, harmonica, drums and upright bass, plus driving electro beats and lovely orchestral touches. You'll hear heartfelt vocals from Leon, Peggy, and family guest artists. But why did it take over seven years?

Leon: "Two reasons. First, most of the tunes are originals and that requires a visit from The Muses, right? You never know if they'll show. The second reason is reality. We had things to do, business to take care of, just like everyone reading this. People have very full days."

True. But even so, we hope you will take the time to listen and enjoy.



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