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Paul Silva | Where Will You Find Your Truth?

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Where Will You Find Your Truth?

by Paul Silva

A rock album that transcends the multiple sub-genres of rock. A welcome return to the use of the drums, bass guitar, rythm guitar, and lead guitar solos.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Where Will You Find Your Truth
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2. Self-Destruction
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3. Mediocracy
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4. Nat Turner
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5. Blind
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6. Black Hole
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7. No More
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8. To Each His Own
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9. Unnatural Disaster
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10. Crystal Rock
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11. Dizzy
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12. D 'n' B 'n' Guitar
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13. 16 04 16
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14. It's Gone
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album's main purpose is to present the artist's virtuosity with the electric guitar. This album tries to stay true to original rock instruments - the guitar, drums, and bass guitar. However, there is a song or two that includes keys or electronic beats. With interesting rhythm guitar parts that use more than common time, fast lead guitar solos accent the songs. That being said, the second main purpose of this album is to include time signatures other than 4/4 time (common time). The third purpose of the album is to cause personal reflection via the lyrics. The lyrics are clean yet are intended to spark critical thinking and perhaps even necessary controversy.

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