Paul McCann | Here Comes the Rapture

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Here Comes the Rapture

by Paul McCann

‘Here Comes The Rapture’ is pure pop rock, with infectious, upbeat melodies and guitar driven hooks throughout
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. Keep the Devil Within
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2. It's Only a Fantasy
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3. Miss Self Deprecating
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4. Release Me
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5. The Magician
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6. Here Comes the Rapture
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7. All the Words You Say
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8. Scarecrow
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9. Charge
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10. Blinded by the Dark
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Paul McCann from Cavan, has been playing in various bands since 1996, including Aine Cahill’s band along with the power pop band The Plan and also the Johnny Cash tribute Get Rhythm. No stranger to the live scene, McCann has performed with Pugwash, The Strypes, Duncan Maitland (Picturehouse) and Nelson Bragg (Brian Wilson Band/Beach Boys), among others.
An extremely talented musician, McCann plays most of the instrumentation on the album, including - Vocals, Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Electric Bass, Double Bass, Slide Guitar, Piano, Mellotron, Harmonica, Kazoo and Trumpet! ‘Here Comes The Rapture’ is pure pop rock, with infectious, upbeat melodies and guitar driven hooks throughout.
McCann has a diverse mix of influences, ranging from The Divine Comedy to Jack White, Johnny Cash to Jellyfish and beyond.

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