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A Blueprint for Chaos

by Pinnacle

Pinnacle plays Progressive Rock that is accessible, song-based, and melodic; employing time changes and other progressive techniques that are so natural that most people miss them all together!
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Some Just Sleep
6:07 $0.99
2. A Rhythm of Life
7:45 $0.99
3. Conductor (the Last Stop)
10:08 $0.99
4. One More Day
3:55 $0.99
5. Non Dimenticar
2:09 $0.99
6. Music Man
5:35 $0.99
7. The Garden of Turbulence
3:27 $0.99
8. Too Far Gone
7:32 $0.99
9. Long Black Car
9:38 $0.99
10. Phoenix
6:38 $0.99
11. Somewhere Between
11:58 $0.99
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Album Notes
"A Blueprint for Chaos" is Pinnacle's third album and the first to feature the newest member. Originally a trio, Pinnacle added a singer/keyboardist to enhance their sound. Has it paid off? Let some notables chime in...

"There was a pleasant surprise in my inbox today: Recorded works by the band, Pinnacle featuring Karl Eisenhart, Greg Jones, Bill Fox, and Matt Francisco. This is keenly worked-out and performed “Progressive Rock” music, which all-too-often these days, falls flat by means of either having something to prove, or attempting to water itself down in the hopes of reaching as many tastes as possible. Thankfully, neither is the case here. Seemingly undaunted by the stigma or rules most would adhere to, this band can nimbly switch between a pedal-to-the-metal, stop-on-a-dime, balls-out boogie shuffle (think Kansas on steroids) to a thoughtful, ballad-esque plea, in no time flat. And do it so convincingly well that listeners may quite forget their own surroundings. This is a tricky, expertly presented joy to listen to, by a finely-honed band that deserves to be heard. Gentlemen, thank you for making my morning." - Dave Kerman (Present, Thinking Plague)

"Pinnacle is a band that embodies the spirit of NEARfest. Whatever progressive musical elements draw you to the festival, you'll find in listening to Pinnacle." - Larry Fast (Synergy, Peter Gabriel)

"Pinnacle have done it again! They hail from some corner of the multiverse in which Cat Stevens, Tony Banks and Neil Peart had joined Steve Morse in Kansas. Pinnacle has a mystical gift for creating anthems that evoke the best of classic Seventies art rock, while sounding fresh, edgy and new. The music soars melodically, grooves infectiously, and rocks incessantly. Acquire this by any means necessary!" - Brian Coralian (IZZ)

Karl Eisenhart: guitar, keyboards, vocals
Bill Fox: bass, guitar, keyboards, vocals
Matt Francisco: lead and backing vocals, keyboards
Greg Jones: drums, coffee, bar-raising

Produced, Engineered and Mixed by Pinnacle at EverythingToExcess Productions, Alburtis, PA.
Mastered by Brett Kull at Area 602 studios, North Wales, PA. (

Cover and layout by Martin Kornick (
Band photo by Michael Newman and Christine Funk

For Pinnacle information and lyrics, please visit

Some Just Sleep (Pinnacle) (27:55)
1. Some Just Sleep (6:07)
2. A Rhythm of Life (7:45)
3. Conductor (The Last Stop) (10:08)
4. One More Day (3:55)
5. Non Dimenticar (Francisco) (2:09)
6. Music Man (Francisco) (5:35)
7. The Garden of Turbulence (Eisenhart) (3:27)
8. Too Far Gone (Francisco/Eisenhart) (7:32)
9. Long Black Car (Eisenhart, Fox, Jones) (9:38)
10. Phoenix (Eisenhart, Fox, Jones) (6:38)
11. Somewhere Between (Eisenhart, Fox, Jones) (11:58)

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© 2012 Pinnacle music



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