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I Could Have Been a Rocket Scientist

by Radiophonic

This upbeat album is a mixture of alternative pop and progressive modern rock, with interesting melodies, decent harmonies, aggressive driving rhythms and a nice amount of crunch.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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2. If I Ruled the World
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3. Fall Any Farther
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4. Ultralight
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5. FTW
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6. Beautiful Nothing
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7. While You Sleep
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8. A Chill in the Air
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9. Kriminal
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10. Always Too Late
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11. Sunrise Over Venus
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12. Darker Tree
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13. Ballad for One
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14. Frogstomp
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15. Hidden
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Album Notes
I Could Have Been a Rocket Scientist

GRAHAM DUNCAN: Vocals, Guitars
BRIAN ALDSWORTH: Guitars, Vocals
DANIEL LOYD: Bass, Vocals, Banjo, Piano
MICHAEL GALANTE: Drums, Percussion

Recorded at Soona Songs, Dallas, Texas
Produced by Brian Aldsworth, Graham Duncan,
Marilyn Duncan and Brian Pinke
Engineered by Brian Pinke and Graham Duncan
Mixed by Graham Duncan
Mastered by John Scrip at Massive Mastering

Fiddle on “Frogstomp” by Gina Forsyth

Album design by Daniel Loyd
Photos by Tomi Skarica and William Duncan
Artwork by Adam Jenkins, Eric Shanks and Daniel Loyd
Featuring Jonathan Fischer as “The Scientist,”
Donna, Scarlett and Stella Jones as “The Family”
Special thanks to Brent Jones

Music and lyrics by Radiophonic
Additional lyrics by Katherine Maurer
All songs published by Soona Songs, Inc. (ASCAP)
©(P)2010 Soona Songs, Inc. All rights reserved.

Brian would like to thank: Marilyn and Bill Duncan for making this
possible, Daniel, Graham, Michael and the other Brian for making it a
reality. Also, thanks to Angela for putting Daniel on loan, and Kate
for her invaluable assistance and input. Thanks to Gina for the
incredible fiddle playing. Michael: sorry about the cow.

Graham thanks Kate for being amazing and helping so generously, Mom
and Dad, Jennifer and Steve, Evelyn Sanders, Margaret Gfeller, all of
my family and those we’ve lost, Madbean and Donna, Mike, Daniel and
Angela, Brian and Claudia, Sam Maurer, Sam Angura, Kevin and Katrina,
Lisa and Bruce, Beth and Kevin, Gina Forsyth, the Oak Cliff
songwriters’ group, Jaclyn Summy, Frank and Christine, Bill, Rex, Dan
Stout, Jessica and Eric, Anne and Brendan, Steve Calderwood, the MFA
peeps, the philosophy peeps, video stars, and everyone else who should
be on this list but isn’t.

Michael would like to thank: The Galante family for years of support,
Sam Angura, everyone at Soona Songs, the other Radiophonic boys, the
first drink of the day, Danny Nez, Jaime Parganos, Frederico
Bortoletto, Gene Gregory and the marmalade crew, the boys and girls
from the Barakus contingent, and the rest of my fantastic friends from
east to west!

Daniel would like to thank: God, Angela, Mia & Zander for your
patience, love and support. Charis. Mom, dad, Grandma and Gpa for
everything. My bandmates and Soona Songs for making this happen. Itai,
Brian & Kris for Clarke Nova. Will, Alistair & Jeff for Indecision.
Angela & Itai for the bass. Bug. Chris Hendon & the short lived Dust,
Chris Santiago, Pedro Rodriguez, Rob Romeo. Shem, Danica, Brian &
Brian. The Third Rail, Red Vianna, Expire. Elijah Blue, Hannaward
Pass, Human Life Index, David Gaziel, Jimmy Pettit for the bass, Julie
Dicterow for inspiration. Jon, Donna, Stella & Scarlett for bringing
ideas to life.Tomi & Brent & Brad for everything you do. Courtney for
the goggles. Carl, Josh, Kevin & Rachel. Justin. And Josh Locker for
being there in the beginning. Look Ma, Music!!



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