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Pete Diamond | Funny Cry Happy Gift

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Funny Cry Happy Gift

by Pete Diamond

Mixing the jangly drive of modern rock with the songcraft and swells of pop, this album reaches into the best rock of the past and puts it's own imprint on today's sound.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. BB Eyes
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2. A For Apple
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3. We Ate It Up
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4. Feel My Way Through
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5. Scattershot
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6. Miss Believer
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7. Pinhole
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8. Old Guitar
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9. Show Me
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"1. The man can sing, 2. Play, 3. Knows how to construct sharp hooks...an incredible love for the pop style that blends rock in at every turn...After two complete listens you'll start to believe you've heard all these on the radio already."
- MusicDish.com 06/13/01 (Ben Ohmart)

"His songs are great. Diamond makes totally fresh sounding rock that's rooted and real."
- Luke Ebbin, Record Producer (Bon Jovi, Splender)

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Dana Fuchs

Every song is a gem that will hook you in on first listen.
I love this CD. Every song is a gem that I can't stop singing to myself after listening. Great poetry backed by gritty, intelligent layers of guitar. I keep thinking: Beatles meet Pretenders meet Neil Young meets PETE DIAMOND. Real deal singing & songwriting that rocks. Hallelujah.
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